Must-See March Webinars Available On Demand
Three DreamBox sessions to watch during April showers
The DreamBox Team has been working overtime to assemble an impressive lineup of thought leaders to present informative sessions on key topics like teacher readiness, formative assessments, and the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). Here are three popular sessions you may have missed that you can watch on demand at your convenience—no umbrella necessary. Enjoy!
The promise of blended learning is to personalize learning in new ways through a unique kind of partnership between teachers and students. A distinguished panel of experts joins moderator Jessie Woolley-Wilson, CEO of DreamBox Learning, to explore personalized learning at the district level and the role evidence-based technologies play in changing teacher instructional practice. Find out how successful districts cultivate teacher readiness and use personalized learning data to deepen teacher pedagogical knowledge and inform instructional practice. Watch now.
School- and district-wide use of classroom-based formative assessment is an essential part of informing teacher planning and instruction, as well as meaningful student achievement. Presenter Francis (Skip) Fennell, L. Stanley Bowlsbey Professor of Education and Graduate and Professional Studies Emeritus, McDaniel College, explores assessment literacy, everyday use of the “Formative 5,” and implementation strategies. You can earn a CE certificate for completing this webinar. After you watch the recording, be sure to take the quiz located in the webinar archives. Watch now.
ESSA takes full effect this school year. That means the pressure is on K-12 district leaders to invest in technologies that have a proven track record for improving learning outcomes. In this session, DreamBox VP of Learning Dr. Tim Hudson discusses how to evaluate, select, and implement an effective online math solution in the age of ESSA. Find out what you should be looking for as you begin to build out a blended learning model. Watch now.