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If you subscribe to international news sources like The New York Times and The Economist, or various business blogs and podcasts, you may have noticed a recent uptick in the coverage of edtech. We sure have. Those of us in

Teacher Appreciation Month

Today, we wrap up our month-long Teacher Appreciation series on the blog with one final story from Terese Wylie, a reading intervention teacher in Allentown, Pennsylvania. In addition to helping students ignite their passions, the best educators often help us

Teacher Appreciation Month

We couldn’t let Teacher Appreciation month go by without giving our own DreamBox team the opportunity to thank the educators who in some way helped them to become the talented teachers, designers, engineers, and parents they are today. We recently

Teacher Appreciation Month

Now that we’re several weeks into Teacher Appreciation Month, a common thread has emerged. It seems the very best teachers are those who find a way to bring their subjects to life. Whether it’s history, reading, or math, the educators

Teacher Appreciation Month

Teacher Appreciation month on the DreamBox blog continues. This week we hear from Stefanie Vestal, a sixth-grade teacher in Herndon, Virginia. Her story about the kindergarten teacher who used Lincoln Logs to personalize instruction and routinely mobilized gaggles of five-year