DreamBox provides a robust set of real-time academic progress reports that give teachers, parents and administrators insight into how an individual student is progressing through the intelligent adaptive math curriculum. In addition to DreamBox’s unique set of curriculum standards, DreamBox reports student progress against the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics (CCSSM) as well as standards for Texas, Virginia, Ontario, and the Western & Northern Canadian Protocol. DreamBox student reports are easy to understand, give teachers support for making instructional decisions, and provide details on student comprehension to share with parents. You’ll get actionable data on:
- Each student’s prior knowledge when they began using DreamBox
- Math concepts and strategies a student has learned while using DreamBox
- When students may need additional assistance
- The effectiveness of DreamBox over time
Analyze multiple views of progress for every student
To ensure teachers have accurate insight, in real time, into how students are progressing, DreamBox student reports display multiple views of student progress with:
- A student’s proficiency by concept
- Specific proficiency reporting for Common Core, Texas, Virginia, Ontario, and the Western & Northern Canadian Protocol
- An academic progress report detailing concept-level comprehension and progress for each student
- Detail reports allowing you to drill down and see which units a student has passed in a unit pretest, has completed in the curriculum, is currently working on, or has yet to begin
- Weekly reports that can be used in a Response to Intervention framework
Share student reports to build connections
- Teachers: Invite other teachers to access student progress records for your classroom.
- Administrators: Share reports with administrators to glean insight into the progress your class is making.
- Parents: Reinforce the home-school connection by sharing information on the academic progress their children are making in DreamBox. You can also invite parents to try DreamBox at home and offer them free parent education resources.