Watch this video to learn how DreamBox adapts to students’ needs in real time and provides insight into where your students are in their math journey.
To realize the full benefits of DreamBox, make it part of your classroom routine. Doing this can help you understand student progress from the beginning of the year. The sooner students start playing, the sooner you’ll get meaningful data and insights about their math proficiencies.
Whether your learning goal is to close achievement gaps with intervention students, offer accelerated learning opportunities or personalize math learning for every student in your classroom, DreamBox can support them in a variety of ways.
Different stations, including one with DreamBox, are placed around the room for students to engage in a variety of activities focused on learning math. Students work at each station for 20 to 30 minutes.
Some students work on DreamBox while others are engaged in a larger group activity. The Standards Proficiency Report helps you group students.
Every student works on DreamBox for a set amount of time. Use the Insight Dashboard to see your students’ progress and lesson completion in real time on the Activity Feed. Take this time to engage with individual students.
Provide access to DreamBox in the library or computer lab for early arrivals or late pickups.
If all students have access to a device at home, consider assigning 20 minutes of DreamBox three times a week as homework.
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Ensure families know how to support their children on DreamBox
Family support is vital to student engagement. Encourage families and learning guardians to play an active role in their children’s learning on DreamBox.
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Use the Insight Dashboard to gain insights into each student’s unique learning needs so you can differentiate your instruction in new ways.
View a video tour of your DreamBox Insight Dashboard.
A Harvard study proves that one hour of DreamBox math a week increases student proficiency by 60%. Get your students in a growth mindset this school year. Start them off completing five DreamBox lessons a week.
Students have insight into their own goal progress and can celebrate multiweek streaks.
Visit our DreamBox Support Site. Our support agents or live agent chat can help you resolve issues fast, so you can focus on teaching students in the classroom.