Our teacher-designed curriculum aligns to U.S. and Canadian standards. +
Students gain conceptual understanding and real-world problem-solving abilities with our interactive standards-aligned online math tools in English and Spanish. DreamBox makes sense for students at grade level, and for those who need intervention or enrichment. -
Ensures concepts are understood before moving on to new lessons. +
The difference is the ongoing capture of gaps in student understanding—and then filling them. DreamBox provides continuous support of conceptual understanding, fluency, reasoning, and problem-solving skills, plus 24/7 access, to keep students building achievement. -
Actionable reports and data drive better teaching and learning. +
The unique adaptive learning platform that personalizes learning also generates what you need to know to help students meet their full potential. Teachers can more effectively target instruction, and administrators can ensure strong implementation through the use of value-added data. -
DreamBox Math Challenge
A competition where all K–8 classrooms using DreamBox that complete an average of five or more lessons per week are eligible to win prizes. Whether students are in the middle of testing or on spring break, they can play DreamBox beyond the classroom: at home, on the road, at the library, or anywhere in between. There are so many ways to win. Good luck!
Raising Math Achievement by 50 Percent
Glen Ellen, California
Learn how Dunbar Elementary and the Grade Level Proficiency Project (GLPP) were able to raise second and third grade student math achievement by 26 percent and 50 percent (respectively) after just 5 months of using DreamBox Learning Math.
Engaging All Math Learners
Howard County Public Schools, Maryland
Watch why Howard County decided to use DreamBox Learning’s adaptive math learning software to engage students to develop number sense, number fluency, and build conceptual understanding while personalizing the curriculum for every student.
From 67 to 100 Percent Proficiency in Math
Los Angeles, California
Read how a class of second graders in a school district where more than 80 percent of their students are disadvantaged was able to raise their class math proficiency to 100 percent of their students from 67 percent within one school year.
Phew, are we are exhausted! Following a packed week of ed-tech conversations and inspiring presentations that confirmed what is truly important in the future of education, we have compiled a mash-up of tweets and quotes to recap an incredible event! "Return on Education: Increase access, improve learning outcomes & drive down costs." -Quazzo #EduWomen #SXSWedu...
Register here for the March 31st webinar on ‘Rethinking Math Instruction with Blended Rotation Models’. In my work supporting blended learning in Rhode Island and the surrounding region, one of the push-backs I occasionally hear is, “Why would teachers embrace technology that’s going to make them obsolete?” When I am faced with this question, I feel a mix...