All that (DreamBox) jazz at NCSM & NCTM in the Big Easy.
Fosnot, Fennell, middle school math, and much more.
Exciting times are coming to New Orleans, April 7 through 12—including an announcement that DreamBox Learning Math for Middle School is in the works and coming for back-to-school!
NCSM Annual Conference: Jazzed Up Mathematics Leadership, April 7–9
- Visit the DreamBox Learning Booth #716. Learn more about DreamBox Learning Math for Middle School, coming for back-to-school! Sign up for a free trial of DreamBox Learning Math for kindergarten through Grade 6 to experience Intelligent Adaptive Learning™ firsthand. Be sure to ask for a free iPad® cover—and don’t miss having your picture taken with a Güb!
- A free dinner event with Dr. Cathy Fosnot and John SanGiovanni. Learn and dine with two leading educators and blended learning innovators at Le Pavillon Hotel, on Wednesday, April 9 from 6:00 to 8:30. Space is limited. RSVP Tuesday, April 8 at email@example.com.
- Hot Topics sessions. On Monday, April 7, DreamBox Curriculum Designer Joe Trahan will cover two exciting and timely subjects for educators: Wisely Creating, Selecting, and Implementing Digital Curricula from 12:30 to 1:15, and Improving Partnerships between the Classroom and Technology from 1:45 to 2:30.
- Meet Dr. Francis (Skip) Fennell. Between the Hot Topics sessions, greet one of the foremost math thought leaders in the nation, from 1:15 to 1:30.
NCTM Annual Meeting and Exposition: Big Ideas in the Big Easy, April 9–12
- Visit the DreamBox Learning Booth #1009. Learn more about DreamBox Learning Math for Middle School, coming for back-to-school! Sign up for a free trial of DreamBox Learning Math for kindergarten through Grade 6 to experience Intelligent Adaptive Learning™ firsthand. Be sure to ask for a free iPad® cover—and don’t miss having your picture taken with a Güb!
Watch a DreamBox Learning Math for Middle School preview!
Who says learning algebra can’t be fun?
Back-to-school will be a lot more exciting this year with DreamBox Learning Math for Middle School. Dr. Tim Hudson, DreamBox Senior Director of Curriculum explains it best: “Fluency is the goal, not confusing tricks or memorization. With DreamBox, kids learn to make sense of math for themselves.” A rigorous curriculum and game-like environment are combined with real-time adaptive lessons to guide students with the right lesson, at the right time, at the right level of difficulty. And make learning algebra fun at the same time!
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