How can we manage and write curricula better in the 21st century?
An approach I’ve explored extensively is building directed graphs of learning competencies and modeling these relationships in AirTable. In this series of documents, I demonstrate how AirTable exceeds many other technologies for organizing, tracking, and maintaining curricula. I hope this serve as a guide to building a dedicated community of AirTable practitioners!
AirTable as Solution for Accouting for Curricula
- What is an Accounting?
- Why generate an Accounting?
- To Facilitate Educational Dialogue
- To Manage Production Teams at Scale
- Stakeholders in Using the Accounting
- Internal Stakeholders
- On-Site Educators
- Unknown Internal Stakeholders
- External Stakeholders
- Hiring Market
- Licensing Bodies
- Solutions for Modeling the Accounting
- Solutions Criteria
- Data Hygiene Breakage: The Case Against Spreadsheets
- Accessibility Roadblocks: The Case Against Databases
- AirTable: The Best of Spreadsheets & Databases
- Todo Example in AirTable
- Overview of the Accounting for Flatiron School’s Software Engineering Curriculum
- AirTable Best Practices