Dreambox is an adaptive math program that is being used in the Beaverton School District by K-8 students during the school day and as homework as well. Dreambox constantly collects data from students and provides them with lessons, hints, and pacing to best match each child as an individual learner. The tool is visually interesting and engages students in concept based tasks. It is important that students DO NOT use paper/pencil so that the program can collect data about how the child solves the problems. Having the volume up or using headphones is also necessary.
This tool is supported by the district’s math department and was adopted by the School Board for K-5. All students in grades K-8 in our district have access to this tool all year long, including summer access. Dreambox works best on a computer or iPad with the free app.
For more information about Dreambox usage during Remote Learning, click here.
Frequently Asked Questions from the webinars can be found here.
Logging in at home
From the Beaverton School District homepage
Click on Students, select “Apps for Students”
Click the Dreambox icon
Use child’s google email/password to login
Option 2: (For students who do not know their Google email or password)
Using the SCHOOL SPECIFIC Dreambox url address (Click here to see list of schools)
Enter the Dreambox username and password (students using picture passwords need a class code from their teacher)
Option 3: (For students who used Clever Badges for logging in at school)
Contact teacher or school librarian for password information to use at home