As explained above, it is important to reflect on the acquired or yet to be acquired competencies with regard to the miTAS app usage in order to enable strategic goal planning and to check the learning success of the users. The pedagogical-didactic concept provides such reflections after each learning phase. A determination of the competences in the first phase should serve to determine the current learning status and to set goals within this learning phase based on this. In the beginning, for example, the aim can be to get to know the use of a smartphone or tablet in general, because here a need for competence has been identified among the participants with learning difficulties or those accompanying them. The KiWi checklist is available in the media box. KiWi stands for competence and the identification of individual needs. This checklist provides learners and users with a clear structure for determining competence and how this procedure can be implemented methodically and cooperatively. Using a form, tasks can be broken down into small steps and needs in the respective steps can be identified and reflected upon. In addition, the checklist offers a small selection of methods with which this checklist can be applied. It is suggested, for example, to make small videos of a work step and then watch them together or in small groups to find out where needs may exist. The work step can be demonstrated by learning facilitators, participants with learning difficulties or others. In addition to the video shoot, the checklist contains further suggestions for a joint reflection on competences.