When students complete a Stage of Symphony Math, they come to a Checkpoint. Checkpoints are opportunities for knowledge transfer, and give both students and teachers a chance to use mastered skills in a different context.  

 

For example, in Stage 1, students complete tasks that involve the representation of numbers as concrete objects, such as dot cards and number bars, and also as points along a number line. 

 

When they have completed their work, students are prompted by Symphony Math to record their new skills in an offline journal. They see a series of screens that prompt them to draw some  of the material they have mastered in their journals (or pieces of paper that you can organize). Students can press the Speaker button to hear instructions. In most cases the instructions are simply to copy the model into their journals. Students work through each step.  


At the last step of the checkpoint, the program asks for a teacher passcode. Passcodes for each stage can be found below.

 

IMPORTANT: 

 

Before you enter the passcode, be sure to look at the student’s work to make sure they have completed their work satisfactorily. 


Did you know that you can also accept Checkpoints directly from your Teacher Dashboard? See it in action here: https://vimeo.com/366489794

 

Checkpoint Passcodes


Stage

Passcode

1

2615

2

3352

3

1413

4

5241

5

3412

6

1524

7

2263

8

2524

9

3124

10

4463

11

6362

12

4232

13

2615

14

3352

15

1413

16

5241

17

3412

18

1524

19

2263

20

2524

21

3124

22

4463

23

6362

24

4232

25

1165

26

5141