ST Math measures student progress using minutes and puzzles. This metric

  • allows for greater personalization of ST Math content,
  • increases intrinsic student motivation,
  • empowers teachers to easily monitor productivity and content mastery, and
  • helps administrators track implementation with comprehensive data from student to school.

Students “collect” puzzles once they have successfully completed an entire level, and minutes count the time from the time they log in to the time they log out. Student minutes on the program will be consistently accurate, since students will be signed out after ten minutes of inactivity.

Because of the Assignments feature, each student can work on a wide variety of content that's differentiated just for them. That means that every student will have a different ST Math experience and will move through the content at their own pace.

A Closer Look at Minutes and Puzzles

How Can Students Monitor Their Progress?

Should My Students Collect All the Puzzles?

Check For Understanding

Think about your answer and then click to reveal our thoughts.

What are some benefits to using minutes and puzzles as the metric in ST Math?

Why is a lower puzzle count not necessarily a cause for concern?

When do students collect puzzles?

What's Next