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How Students Work Offline on Renaissance Responder

Renaissance Responders and NEO 2 will no longer be supported after future software updates.

Offline work may be done on any Responder model. For Responder model RES-1001, you must use firmware version 2.xx. For Responder model RESP using firmware version 4.03 and above, you must use MathFacts in a Flash Offline program.

How Students Work on Offline Practices

Students follow these steps to practice facts for a MathFacts in a Flash level.

Practices include 20-40 problems.

  1. Turn on the Responder by pressing On/Off.
  2. From the main menu, use the arrow keys to highlight MathFacts in a Flash. Then, press Select or Enter.
  3. If the Responder then asks you to choose between Renaissance Place and Offline, press the down arrow key to highlight Offline; then, press Enter. Then, with Practice/Test highlighted, press Select or Enter. (This is only necessary on Responder model RESP with firmware version 4.03 or higher.)
  4. Use the arrow keys to highlight what you want to practice: addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division. Then, press Select or Enter.
  5. Use the arrow keys to highlight the level you want to practice; then, press Select or Enter.
  6. Levels that you have already worked on are checked. If you want to view the practice and test history for one of those levels, highlight it and press ?. You will see the results for the last practice or test. Clearing the history clears the check marks.

  7. Practice should be highlighted. Press Select or Enter.
  8. Complete the practice. If you have tested on this level and the test is still in the history, the practice will include any problems that you missed plus questions that are considered difficult for the level.
  9. Refer to the links below for more information.

    Choosing Answers

    Wrong Answers During Practices

    Time Limits

    Stopping Practices or Tests

    After a Practice or Test on Responder

How Students Take Offline Tests to Practice Levels

Students follow these steps to take a test for a MathFacts in a Flash level. Tests always include 40 problems.

  1. Turn on the Responder by pressing the On/Off key.
  2. From the main menu, use the arrow keys to highlight MathFacts in a Flash. Then, press Select or Enter.
  3. If the Responder then asks you to choose between Renaissance Place and Offline, press the down arrow key to highlight Offline; then, press Enter. Then, with Practice/Test highlighted, press Select or Enter. (This is only necessary on Responder model RESP with firmware version 4.03 or higher.)
  4. Use the arrow keys to highlight what you want to test on: addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division. Then, press Select or Enter.
  5. Use the arrow keys to highlight the level you want to test on; then, press Select or Enter.
  6. Levels that you have already worked on are checked. If you want to view the practice and test history for one of those levels, highlight it and press ?. You will see the results for the last practice or test. Clearing the history clears the check marks.

  7. Use the arrow key to highlight Test; then, press Select or Enter.
  8. Complete the test. For more information, use these links:
  9. Choosing Answers

    Go Back One Problem (Tests Only)

    Time Limits

    Stopping Practices or Tests

    After a Practice or Test on Responder