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- Freckle Help Landing Page
**Teachers**- Getting Started Guide
- How do I create a Freckle account?
- How do I get my pupils started with Freckle?
- How does Freckle fit into my maths class?
- How much time should my pupils spend on Freckle?
- Can I change my class code?
- Pro Tip: Using Freckle to keep parents informed
- How and when should I get started with Freckle for the first time?
- What can I see on the Activity Feed of the teacher home?

- General
- What features of Freckle are free? What do I get with Freckle Premium Edition?
- How can I change the language of Freckle's user interface?
- How does Freckle support pupils with special needs?
- Can I have my pupils retake the pretest to see growth over time?
- How do I change the email address affiliated with my account?
- Why does my weekly email report say that my pupils did not use Freckle?
- What kind of information will I see in weekly and daily email reports?
- How do I delete a teacher account?
- How does the coin system in Freckle work?

- Setup & Login
- Why am I unable to sign in as a pupil automatically from the Teacher Home?
- How do my pupils use QR codes to sign in?
- How do I confirm my email address with Freckle?
- How do I create accounts for my pupils?
- How do pupils login to Freckle?
- Why are my pupils unable to log in to Freckle?
- Why am I unable to log in to my teacher home?
- How do I change the password to my teacher account?
- I did not receive a password reset email. Why?
- How do I print login cards for my pupils?
- How do I edit a pupil's name or year?
- Why do pupils have to enter the class code each time they log in?
- How do I merge my existing Freckle pupils with admin-managed ones?

- Teacher Home Guide
- What data can I see on the Pupil Goal Setting report?
- How do you calculate time practiced on Freckle?
- How are the scores in the activity feed calculated?
- How does Assignments First Mode work?
- What can I do on the Roster page?
- How can I assign Freckle practice to my pupils?
- How do pupils practice Focus Skills?
- How can I assign benchmark assessments to my pupils?
- What maths reporting and data is available on Freckle?
- What data can I see on Report Cards?
- What data can I see on the Class Grouping Report?
- What Fact Practice data can I see?
- What data can I see on the Assessments Report?
- What can I do on the Printables page?
- What can I do on the Standards page?
- How do I choose my school affiliation?
- How do I transfer a pupil or roster to another teacher?
- How do I share a pupil's data with another teacher?
- How do I separate my roster into multiple classes?
- How can I remove an assignment given to a pupil?

- Pupil Dashboard
- What do Freckle pupil dashboards look like for different years?
- Why are my pupils grouped into teams on the leaderboard? What is Team Mode?
- How can my pupils access, review and retry their assignments?
- Which types of practice modes are resumable in Freckle?
- How does the Pupil Target Setting feature work?

- Maths Practice Program
- Depth of Knowledge (DOK) Challenges
- What is Freckle Maths Practice?
- How do the maths baselines work?
- What types of problems will pupils see in Freckle Maths Practice?
- What content and topics does Freckle cover in Maths Practice?
- What is Fact Practice?
- What is Number Basics?
- What is Number Facts?
- What are Constructed Response prompts? How do you use them?
- How are maths practice questions selected for pupils?
- What instructional supports are offered within the Maths Practice Program?
- What Freckle features are different in Upper Years maths?
- What should I do if I encounter an error or bug in a question?
- How do I reset a pupil's work in a particular maths domain?
- How do I restrict the maths domains pupils will see on their dashboards?
- How does Freckle determine whether a pupil has mastered a level? How can pupils master a level with a low percentage correct?
- How can pupils choose their own maths work?
- What data can I see in the Standards/Topics report?
- What data can I see in the Skills Progress Report?

- Inquiry Based Lessons
- What are Inquiry Based Lessons?
- How do I use Inquiry Based Lessons in my classroom?
- What is in each Inquiry Based Lesson?
- How long does an Inquiry Based Lesson take?
- How do I use the inquiry sheets with the Inquiry Based Lessons?
- What should group work look like during an Inquiry Based Lesson?
- How do I lead a Number Talk? How do I lead a Dot Talk?

- Devices/Equipment
- Freckle Implementation Ideas
**School Network Administrators**- School Network Assessments
- Rostering
- School Dashboard for Administrators

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# How can pupils choose their own maths work?

Freckle gives teachers a certain level of control over their pupils' learning. They can assign various types of work for pupils to complete, focus on specific objectives and make teaching decisions based on pupil progress data.

At the same time, Freckle gives pupils autonomy over their learning as well. Pupil choice boosts interest and engagement, particularly when those choices make pupils feel in control and give them a sense of purpose. Pupil choice is also beneficial when it sets pupils up to feel adequately challenged.

When pupils select to practise maths, they are given a choice of domains in which to work.

Pupils can choose the domain themselves or teachers can provide the domain in which all pupils should be working. With adaptive practice, each pupil will still be working at his or her own level within the domain.

**Note:** This is the pupil view for a lower year pupil. Lower year, middle year and upper year pupils will have slightly different pages.

Once pupils select a domain, they will be taken to their position on the domain map. Here, pupils can easily see what level they are on, which they have completed and how many levels are ahead in the domain.

Each level is represented with a number on the map. A pupil's current level is indicated by the blue border. Below, I can see that in the Operations & Algebraic Thinking domain, this pupil is on Level 25: Two-Step Word Problems. Mastered levels are indicated with a green border. And all upcoming levels are greyed out (if you scroll through the map). The map changes as pupils progress through the levels.

The pupil can choose to work on their current level by selecting it or by selecting the green **Practice** button. Mastering this level may take several sessions, and so the progress bar helps inform pupils of their progress towards completion.

The pupil can also choose to go back and work on a level that they have already mastered by looking at the level short names. They can go back to a tricky level, one on which more practice was needed or even one that was particularly fun. Pupils cannot, however, choose to move ahead. The levels in each domain build on one another, and it is important that pupils develop mastery of each concept before moving on to a more challenging topic.

Each domain has its own map, helping pupils understand their progress towards completing the domain.