Hi, I make tutorials to teach coding, Tableau, electronics and many other things.
E.g. here’s a project (designed to take about 25 hrs) for students to learn Tableau: Intro (Unit 1) · Publish a Data-driven Blog Article
Audience is primarily high school students, who often don’t read all of the instructions and may skip steps.
Right now, with a regular published Coda page, there’s no way I can think of that makes sure that kids are actually doing all of the steps. They are free to go to the next page even if they’re not done (which will probably cause them lots of pain later on).
I’m trying to make it so that they cannot skip steps.
I would like them to click some kind of button or something that acknowledges that they’ve finished the task or that their teacher has given them feedback and checked them off before moving on.
These kids don’t have Coda accounts (why would they? Most schools would have never heard of Coda).
(You might be wondering why we’re using Coda for this purpose? We’re slowly building our dev team so that we could eventually make our own delivery and assessment platform, but we’re not there yet. There are some other platforms like Thinkific that we’ve tried, but they don’t have good teacher dashboards for school settings, and have a really shitty editor interface.)