At the most detailed view, teachers can see details on individual students. The Student Daily Use data view provides a look at every session of use by the student, and contains live previews of every task completed by the student. The data in this view is arranged with the most recent information at the top. Each session of use has its own area, and is organized by task groups (8 tasks).  



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Description

Date/Time/Duration

Above each session, the date, time, and number of minutes that the student was actively using the program.

Stage

The student’s current location within the Symphony Math curriculum. As of 2017, Symphony Math has 26 Stages of skills. The Stage numbering is as follows:

{Stage}.{Concept/Skill}.{Difficulty Level} 

Where '8.6.5' means Stage 8, Skill 6, Difficulty Level 5

Concept

A short description of the concept worked on in this task group (8 tasks) during the session.

Standard

The math standard associated with the concept(s) worked on during the task group.

Score

The percent score of the student upon completion of the task group. 

  • Score with Green Check: the student is promoted to the next area of the program.
  • Red score: the student did not meet the minimum score for mastery. The branching engine will slow down the pace of instruction, or repeat the current difficulty level.
  • 'Struggled': the task group was ended early because the student made too many errors (or asked for too many hints). The branching engine will slow down the pace of instruction, or repeat the current difficulty level.
  • 'In Progress': the student exited the program in the middle of a task group. They will continue working on the task group during their next session.

Tasks

Results from each of the tasks completed during the student’s work. 

Green: success in 1 try

Yellow: 2 tries

Red: More than 2 tries


For more information on the Symphony Math Adaptive Branching system, please see this Knowledge Base article:

https://symphonylearning.freshdesk.com/support/solutions/articles/17000077247-adaptive-branching-in-symphony-math