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Schools around the country are starting to blend online learning into their instructional design as a means of personalizing students’ learning experiences. But with the myriad options for ...

Schools around the country are starting to blend online learning into their instructional design as a means of personalizing students’ learning experiences. But with the myriad options for structuring the combination of online and face-to-face learning, teachers and administrators are faced with tough decisions on how to best implement technology for their students. In this webinar, our guests will explore the different blended-learning models that schools are using to support math instruction. They’ll discuss national trends emerging around blended-learning math programs, as well as take an up-close look at the challenges and successes one school has experienced with the blended math model.

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    Blended Learning in the Math Classroom Blended Learning in the Math Classroom Presentation Transcript

    • DreamBox Combines Three Essential Elements to Accelerate Student Learning 1
    • DreamBox Learning: What We Do Reinvent the Learning Experience • Truly Formative Learning: Eliminate the wall between Instruction and Assessment • Conceptual Understanding & Procedural Fluency • Common Core Aligned: Consistent Progressions & Coherent Connections • Dynamic, continuous & realtime data feed the adaptive engine – averaging 50,000 data points per hour per student
    • DreamBox Lessons & Virtual Manipulatives Intelligently adapt & individualize to: • Students’ own intuitive strategies • Kinds of mistakes • Efficiency of strategy • Scaffolding needed • Response time
    • Why is DreamBox so Effective? Integrated Assessment and Instruction Lesson 1 Lesson1 Unit Pretest Lesson 2 Lesson2 Lesson 3 Lesson3 Lesson 4 Lesson4 Lesson 5 Lesson5 Students who don’t have these skills work through a unique sequence Students who demonstrate understanding of this concept skip the of and move to unit to learn those concepts unitlessons in the a new skill assessment 4
    • Robust Reporting
    • Strong Support for Differentiation
    • For more information visit www.dreambox.com