Coding - Pi
Navigating Between Tasks
Teachers can set lock-steps at places where they think students should stop and wait for further instructions. When a lock-step is set on a certain task, students cannot move past that task. You should wait for further instructions from the teacher, and once the teacher removes the lock-step, you can move to the next task. For example, if the teacher set a lock-step at task three, then you would not be able to move on to tasks after task four, including task four.