Why Stop with G Suite and Microsoft Word? Type Math in PDFs Too!

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Math teachers have a lot of worksheets that they’ve compiled over the years. Most are probably handouts that they photocopy year-over-year. Some may have been scanned and converted into PDFs, delivered digitally to students for them to print out or handwrite responses to on a separate piece of paper.

But what if I told you the days of faded photocopies and static PDFs with loose paper responses are a thing of the past? That’s right, you can now type math directly within PDFs thanks to the latest integration between EquatIO for Google and Read&Write for Google Chrome PDF Reader.

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Instructional Technology Starts with Instruction for Teachers

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“My students are so tech savvy.” I hear so many teachers make this statement. It is true; many students were born as digital natives having no fear of breaking the Internet. My usual reply is, “Yes, many of our students are tech savvy, but most do not know how best to use the technology to help themselves learn.” Heads nod.

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