DreamBox Learning, the company that pioneered Intelligent Adaptive Learning technology used in schools and districts across the U.S., Mexico, and Canada, added new district partners now leveraging the power of DreamBox Learning to drive student achievement in mathematics. Trenton Public School joins the more than 3 million students and 130,000 educators that are already increasing student achievement in math with DreamBox.
DreamBox dynamically adapts to students’ learning both within and between math lessons in English or Spanish, offering students the right lesson at the right time.
Independent research from Harvard University’s Center for Education Policy Research shows that when students use this technology for just one hour a week, they can improve their math scores by nearly 60 percent over expected growth norms on the NWEA MAP Assessment.
According to Harvard University, providing targeted instructional content and practice problems for students, educational software promises to help teachers work more productively. Software could allow teachers to reallocate their time to helping students one-on-one or in small groups and provide students with content and practice opportunities targeted at their current level of understanding.