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Things to Remember About Levels

Who can do this with default capabilities?

School Network Administrator, School Administrator, Teacher

Benchmarks are levels that students must master by a target date. Administrators (School Network or School) choose the target date and levels.

MathsFacts in a Flash levels are ordered by strand according to increasing difficulty. However, you may want to change the order of the levels to match your instruction. This is known as reordering the levels. If you decide to reorder the levels, do this before setting levels for students.

You can set a new level for students at any time; students do not have to master lower levels first.

The default starting level is level 1. However, it is a good idea to set starting levels according to the ability of each student.

As you set MathsFacts in a Flash levels, keep in mind to start students at:

  • Levels at which they can experience success immediately.
  • Levels for which they have already received instruction.

The program automatically advances students through higher levels as they master each level.

  • Start them at review levels such as Multiplication Review or Division Review to build their automaticity.
  • Challenge them to achieve shorter time targets at all levels.

The levels that are available to students vary, according to the program and the hardware being used.

MathsFacts in a Flash Renaissance Place

The student has access to all of the levels that are assigned to the student. Teachers decide what levels to set (assign) to a student and class.

Students have to complete the levels in the order set by the teacher. The teacher can reorder the levels at any time.

Students can master levels in this program.

NEO 2, using the MathsFacts in a Flash RP SmartApplet

The student has access to all of the levels that are assigned to the student. Teachers decide what levels to set (assign) to a student and class.

Students have to complete the levels in the order by the teacher. The teacher can reorder the levels at any time.

Students can master levels in this SmartApplet.

NEO 2, using the MathsFacts in a Flash (offline) SmartApplet

All available levels.

Students can complete the levels in any order at any time; they do not have to follow the order set by the teacher.

Students cannot master levels using this SmartApplet.

Renaissance Responder (RES-1001), using firmware version 2.xx

Only the levels for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division

Students can complete the levels in any order at any time; they do not have to follow the order set by the teacher.

Students cannot master levels using this hardware and program.

Renaissance Home Connect

The student has access to any level at any time, regardless of both the level assigned in class and the order of the levels in class.

Students can complete the levels in any order at any time; they do not have to follow the order set by the teacher.

Students cannot master levels using this program.