The students were required to complete an internship in an elementary school under the supervision of a teacher. Students had to meet the requirements of a government standard composed of 12 broad competencies and over 50 components (sub-competencies). Karuta was set up so students assessed their performance three times: beginning, middle and end of the internship. Their class mentor or teacher also had the possibility to comment the students’ self-assessement and evaluate their performance. Lastly, a supervisor had the final word on the assessment of the whole internship. The screens above give an overall view of the various pages used by the participants.