When determining what curriculum to administer, first you will need to establish the groupings of individuals you are going to be administering curriculum to and which target you are developing them towards. Additionally, you will need to determine if you will be administering curriculum based on the aggregate data of the group or individual scores.
Once you have determined those two factors, you will want to check the chosen group (if administering curriculum based on the aggregate data) or individual (if administering curriculum based on individual scores) against the chosen target in PAIRIN Pro. Locate any gaps to the target - this is where you will want to administer curriculum. You can sort by gap on the Measure tab to expedite this process. If multiple gaps appear, you will want to begin with the largest gap to target. In the below example, though there are gaps to target in three attributes, you will begin by looking at Curiosity & Inquisitiveness, as it is the largest gap. The only exception to this rule is for the Imperatives; these courses should be administered in a specific progression.
Next, proceed to the Measure tab to dig in deeper to the chosen attribute. Click the attribute name to see more information on the attribute including the subscales of skills within it. Note that not all attributes have subscales within them. Again, you will want to begin with the subscale that has the largest gap to the target. If we look at the example of Curiosity & Inquisitiveness again, the curriculum would be administered in the order of Love of learning, Change and Engagement. The score for the last subscale, Perceptivity, falls within target range so it does not need curriculum.
Below is the list of all curriculum courses (white column) that PAIRIN has. The light blue column is the parent attribute which they roll up to. Some attributes, including Self-Blame do not have curriculum. If curriculum is not available, we recommend coaching to focus on those attributes.