Just the instructor and student need to be able to see it at various points in the semester. As they meet objectives and complete hours they can check them off. Does not need to be seen by other students.
There isn't a feature in Canvas designed with this in mind but Canvas can be part of the solution. I'm sure there a lot of ways this can be accomplished but here's how I would tackle this.
1) Create a Google Spreadsheet that students will use as the template for keeping track of their work. It should have all the outcomes, some checkboxes and a place for them to keep track of their hours (with a formula that adds them all up). Share the sheet so all with link can view (don't let them edit).
2) Create an Assignment in Canvas for this purpose. You could call it Progress Tracking.
3) In the Assignment description include the explanations for what students are to do and include a modified link to your Google Spreadsheet. What you will do is take the regular share link, delete everything after the last / and then add copy. Here is an example sheet I made real quick:
Doing this will prompt student to make a copy of their own sheet to use.
In the assignment description also include instructions that they are to share the sheet so all with link can comment or share it specifically with you.
4) Make the Assignment submission type a Website URL
5) Students will submit their URLs to their sheets and after that you'll be able to go into SpeedGrader and have a nice organized list of sheets that you can go to, and check their progress throughout the semester.
Hopefully this will get you started or at least give you some ideas you might use, let me know if you have any follow up questions.
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