Math Learning

December 17, 2019 5:30 am - By in Blogs

Math All Around Us

During colder winter months, until the first glimpse of spring, activities tend to move more indoors (unless students are out building snow people.) This is where field trips to aquariums and art or science museums come in, as well as

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August 16, 2018 3:08 pm - By in Blogs, Deeper Learning, EdTech, Math Minded

Encourage Your Daughter, Your Son, and Their Teachers to Understand and Enjoy Math. They’ll All Thank You Later.

By Nigel Green, Vice President of Personalization and Kelly Urlacher, Senior Curriculum Designer at DreamBox Learning As a former professional musician and educator, and a former elementary school teacher, we found the recent New York Times piece, “Make Your Daughter

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Tiny Victories Add Up to Big Wins for DreamBox Students at Linden Elementary

There’s a term you may remember from your introductory psych classes in college called “self-efficacy.” Psychologist Albert Bandura defined self-efficacy as a person’s belief in their ability to accomplish a particular task. The idea is that if you believe you

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April 6, 2017 6:00 am - By in Blogs, EdTech, Featured Content

5 Ways to Maximize PD and Networking at Conferences

This article previously appeared on Common Sense Education and is being republished with permission. Conferences are a wonderful opportunity for professional development and networking. But maximizing what you can get from a conference takes a little legwork. Use these five tips for your next

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November 4, 2016 2:00 am - By in

CMC- South Annual Mathematics Conference

DreamBox learning will be at the 57th Annual CMC-South Mathematics Conference, which brings together mathematics educators and administrators from California and the United States. We can’t wait to talk math-focused adaptive learning technology and professional development resources with you in Palm Springs, California. Visit us

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July 9, 2015 5:23 pm - By in Blogs, Math Learning

Creating a Data-Driven Classroom Blog Series (2 of 3)

What Can Cereal Teach Us About Data? As I shared in my first post, demystifying data is the first step in changing the way we talk about it in the classroom. This week, the discussion about data use and its

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March 21, 2014 2:34 pm - By in Adaptive Learning

Can data-driven, adaptive learning make a real difference in achievement?

In a recent policy report by The New American Foundation, Promoting Data in the Classroom, Innovative State Models and Missed Opportunities notes that since the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) act was passed in 2001, states have been compelled to

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August 29, 2013 4:46 pm - By in Math Learning

How To Get Elementary Students Excited About Math

It’s that time of year again, setting up your classroom, preparing for Curriculum Night, making name tags, and meetings, meetings, meetings. Teachers work so hard to get everything ready for back-to-school, but we often forget to focus on the big

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August 14, 2013 8:00 am - By in Math Learning

7 Dream Jobs That Require Math

Every child dreams big. Kids want to be sculptures, veterinarians, zoo keepers, pilots, baseball players, dancers -- kids are only limited by their imaginations! As parents and teachers, our job is to give kids the tools they need to realize these dreams. Math learning is one of those tools, as shown by our list of 7 cool jobs that require math.Read more ›