You have the best job, and to try and keep it that way, most of Compass has been written for your benefit.  It means that the things you need to do anyway as you plan, deliver and reflect on your teaching are stored centrally so that you don’t need to write them again.  It also gives you the information you need to know at the right time too – like what last year’s teachers thought, and what the programme planners need accomplished in your paper.

Theory for teachers

If this is your first time here, or maybe if you’re new to teaching altogether, we recommend you read the theory pages first.  They’ll help to orient you to how Compass works and why so that you’ll better understand what you’re doing and how it can help you.

  1. Understand graduate attributes
  2. Understand intended learning outcomes
  3. Understand alignment
  4. Understand assessments, activities, and active skills
  5. Planning your paper

How-to guides for teachers

  1. Check your teaching
  2. Set graduate attribute scores
  3. Add or edit intended learning outcomes
  4. Add and link assessments
  5. Write and export paper outline
  6. Write paper audit


If you have any problems, please have a read of the troubleshooting page.  If you still need help, please feel free to contact us with your questions or comments.