Symphony Math

Symphony Math is available for students in Pre-K to year 8 to help identify gaps in a student’s education and build a solid foundation. Maths is a core fundamental of a child’s education that will be used throughout their life. By developing their mathematics skills from an early age, students are more likely to engage with maths through the latter years of their education.

Symphony Math is based on cognitive research that focuses on attention, language, and thinking, as well as developmental psychology. Maths is a language and is a skill like reading and when broken down into small pieces, students engage more without being overwhelmed.

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Symphony Math

Students Learn How Maths Works

Maths can often be seen as a daunting subject in school, when in fact is quite the opposite. Students who struggle with maths do so because they don’t understand how maths works, or they rely on memorisation techniques. These techniques are often a one-size-fits-all approach that can be overwhelming for students that struggle.

Symphony Math allows students to learn by going at their own pace to develop confidence and understanding of mathematical principles. Symphony Math is all about getting students to understand the fundamentals of maths to build a solid foundation.

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Support for Teachers

With Symphony Math, teachers have access to product support and student reports. These reports give teachers real-time information on a student’s performance and progress throughout the year. With our dashboard, teachers can identify students as being at-risk, borderline or not at-risk during testing and assessments. Offline resources are provided specifically to a student’s needs.
Based on the rewards system, students receive recognition for their work. Teachers are given a report on a student’s assessments test results, a list of what they have improved on throughout the year, and what needs to be improved. The end goal is for teachers to fill in the gaps of a student’s maths education and with Symphony Math, identifying the issues is easy.

This video provides a tour of the Symphony Math dashboard. Your dashboard shows data for students in your classes. If your dashboard is empty, you probably need to set up your class. See our video on creating and editing classes for more details.For this video, we’ll look at the teacher dashboard, which summarizes information for a particular class. The top graphs show the key metrics for success in Symphony Math use and progress. The blue gauge on the left side shows the number of students in your class that have used the program for at least 45 minutes this week. The green gauge tracks the number of students that are currently working on or above grade level in the Symphony Math curriculum. This chart shows use in progress throughout the time period selected.You can roll over each bar or green dotto get more information about that week of use. Below the graphs, you will see several data views, each of which contains different information about your students. The Use and Progress Data View provides summary statistics on usage and progress towards grade level work. You can press any of the labels in the chart to sort the list of students by that category. The Standards Data View shows the status of each student in relation to the Common Core Standards covered in the Symphony Math curriculum. If your school has the independent assessment available, you can see your class results in the assessment data view. This Data view also changes the graphs at the top of the screen to show the distribution of your students in the different categories of risk. You can also view each student’s score and percentile rank. Percentiles are based on the students grade and the time of year and are a measure from zero 200. A percentile of 37 means that a student score das good or better than 37% of typical students in their grade at that time of year.The Help Data View is essential to the success of your implementation.No program is going to magically improve math ability on its own.At some point, most students will struggle with certain concepts.This is where you can help when students begin to struggle, your Help Data View will display information that helps you intervene.Press any icon to view working versions of challenging tasks.Press this link to access custom guided practice worksheets that can be printed and used with students in small groups or one on one interventions.Guided practice worksheets are available for every skill in Symphony Map and can be the answer to the question, how do I help my struggling student?The Awards Day View displays the latest awards earned by students and also keeps track of each goal sheet available in Symphony Math. A goal sheet represents all of the stages that makeup a grade level of work in the program.Awards and goal sheets can be printed at any time.Want more details into a student’s work on Symphony Math ? Press their name to access their student dashboard, you’ll gain access to personalised data views for that student.The daily use data view shows are cord of every session of use, including live previews available for every task completed.You are the key to success in your math classroom.With Symphony Math and the Symphony Math Dashboard, you can help your students master the big ideas in mathematics.

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Understanding Numbers

With Symphony Math, students are taught at a level they feel comfortable at without being overwhelmed. By getting students to focus on math works, they can go about understanding the fundamentals of maths. Through each stage of Symphony Math, students develop a strong foundation of basic principles to help them with more advanced equations as they progress.

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Develop a Growth Mindset

Too often students who struggle with maths are worried about making mistakes or not getting it. This is detrimental to a student’s learning and can lead them to lose interest in maths. By encouraging students to embrace making mistakes, students are taught that anything is possible with hard work and dedication. It’s about changing the way a student sees maths and why they need to embrace failure rather than fearing it.

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Research Proven

Symphony Math is not just research-based, it is research-proven. Based on both developmental psychology and cognitive research, Symphony Math has helped students develop a deeper understanding of how math works rather than focusing on traditional memorisation learning techniques. In one report, students who used the program for five hours or more over a prolonged period throughout the school year had made 8 times more progress in their mathematical learning than those who used it minimally or not at all. The results speak for themselves.

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