The most common way for you to start a new module is by clicking the 'Start new activity' button on your timeline (when it's available). The 'Start New Activity' button that shows whenever you have work to do, and are not doing any other activities:
Clicking on this button will open your personal Learning Map.
This Learning Map is where you can see all the modules in the system (all the way up to Level 10!) You can see what you've mastered, what you're ready for, and what is still to come. When you access your Learning Map, it will scroll you straight to an area that has the best modules to work on. You can scroll around to different parts, but there might not be any available modules all the time.
Part of an example Learning Map
Each 'gem' on the Learning Map is a group of modules represents a different 'key concept', and is a group of modules that all relate to one another. The colour of the module 'facets' within each gem tells you what you can do with that module.
'Ready' facets are those modules that you can work on straight away. You can click on each of the facets to find out more information about that module and start work.
Because this is your personal Learning Map, whenever you do work, the gems will change the way that they are ordered, so you always have the best work all in one spot.
When you master a whole Key Concept, it's a reason to celebrate! When you achieve this, the gem on your Learning Map will be completely gold, and will have an 'Assemble' button over it. Clicking this button will put all the pieces of the gem together and turn it into a completed gem. Mastering a whole gem is an impressive achievement and shows that you understand all parts of that part of maths.
If you click the 'try again' button at the top of your Learning Map page, the Map will change so it's easier to see those modules that you've tried to master before. It's always a good idea to re-try at least one module in every cycle, to make sure nothing is holding you back.