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# Overview of Math Planner

Using Math Planner, teachers can assign their students Accelerated Math subskill assignments, skill checks, or math assignments from partners.

To open Math Planner, select the tile shown below.

Teachers typically use Math Planner as described below. These steps are just an overview; for detailed instructions, see the links in the steps or the Related Topics links.

- Have your students take the Star Math test. The scores from the test will help you choose the skills and subskills to work on.
- If you want to set up instructional groups for the class, select
**Math Reports**at the top of the Instructional Practice page. Then, select the**Math Overview Dashboard**and select**Manage Groups**at the top of the dashboard page. For more information, see Groups and Math Planner. - In Math Planner, teachers select
**Plan Assignments**, select**New Plan**, and then choose the class or group, students, and time period to work with. For detailed instructions on how to plan and create assignments, see Planning Assignments. - When you select skills, note the Placement Level for the class or groups. This is based on the students' latest Star Math test (if available) and typical growth over time, and it determines the suggested skills that the selected group of students is ready to learn. For more information, click on the right side of the Select Skills to Practice page.
- After selecting skills, select the resources, assignments, and assessments for those skills that you want to use for your classes or groups. Then, click
**Review**. - Finally, review and adjust the days when you want to work on each skill and use each resource, assessment, and assignment. Then, click
**Create Assignments**. - The assignments will appear in the Assignments List on the students' Home page starting on the days you selected.
- Students select each assignment and assessment from the Assignments list on their home page.
- Teachers monitor student work on the Instructional Practice page. For the Assignment Plan or a subskill, you can see the number of upcoming assignments for each student, the number that are in progress or have not been started, and the number that have been scored.

If you have a gear icon like the one shown below, you can click it to choose whether to use the pacing guide aligned to your curriculum or the Learning Progression, which has skills in teachable order. If an aligned pacing guide is not available, you will not see the icon, and you are using the Learning Progression selected in the Learning Standards preference.

Select the first skills for your students to work on; use the left and right arrows below the placement level to go forward or back through the skills. You can also search for specific skills; see the full procedure for Planning Assignments.

Since each skill may have multiple subskills, it is helpful to select just 2-3 skills per week.

For Accelerated Math assignments in your plan, students complete the first practice for each subskill. Depending on their scores, students may need to complete up to 3 practices for a subskill; then, they take a quiz. Once they've passed the quiz, students have completed the assigned subskill. For more information about how students do their work, see How students complete Accelerated Math assignments in your Math Planner plans.

To pass an Accelerated Math practice, students must answer at least 5 of the 6 questions correctly. To pass a quiz, they must answer at least 4 out of 5 questions correctly. If students fail three practices for a subskill, or if they fail a quiz, the subskill requires intervention and must be reassigned.

Teachers can also see information about their students' Star Math scores and domain mastery by selecting **Math Reports**.