Our new features bring new content and support a variety of learning environments including in-person, all virtual, and hybrid models.
We heard your feedback and have improved the DreamBox classification lessons to better support student learning! We’re excited to highlight three major updates:
Learn more about our recent improvements here. Teachers, we encourage you give these updated lessons a try!
We’re excited to announce that our avatars have been updated to include students of all abilities and backgrounds. Now students have a wider variety of avatars to choose from that represent their diverse identities.
Partnering with DreamBox helped make remote learning possible in the spring and provided our school with a full view of our students’ math learning competency. These new tools will be necessary for continuing our efforts to address attendance and each student’s learning needs.
Kim Dougherty, Teacher
Crow Creek Tribal School
Teachers can send custom notes or pre-written messages of encouragement, goals, or reminders to an individual student or an entire class.
Students can initiate their own conversations and reply to their Teacher by choosing from pre-written messages such as, “I need more time to be successful at this,” and “I’m feeling pretty good about this.” Students can also react to messages with an emoji for a quick check in.
To support more situations, students using DreamBox in Spanish will automatically see all pre-written messages in Spanish, and students with reading difficulties can hear messages read aloud.
The updated Insight Dashboard includes a new Student Usage Report to provide educators with daily insight into student activity and learning time.
Our new growth report allows district and school administrators to see how students have grown in terms of externally calibrated grade level benchmarks.
DreamBox Predictive Insights reports predict future proficiency for year-end state math assessments throughout the year.
DreamBox now includes Messaging features on the homepage for classroom educators. These tools help teachers continue to support students' social and emotional learning as they are working in DreamBox.
DreamBox now includes an on-screen keyboard made just for math that can be accessed by students on any supported device.
The keyboard is flexible and shows just the right type of input options (numbers, operators, etc.) for each lesson, removing distractions and minimizing the screen space used by the keyboard.
We believe a positive mindset goes a long way. Students build math confidence as they strengthen their social-emotional skills— skills that include grit, perseverance and goalsetting. As many schools engage in distance learning this Fall, DreamBox is here to support you and your learners.
Reports in the Insight Dashboard and Family Dashboard now show students’ learning progress towards the new Florida BEST math standards, making it easy for Florida Educators and learning guardians/parents who started using these new standards to view data in student progress in the context that matters to them.
DreamBox has an updated alignment for Everyday Math 4th edition, which helps teachers using the print program make assignments for students in DreamBox that align to the chapter being studied.