My Journey from g(Math) to EquatIO (and yours)

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g(Math) was my baby...Well, I actually had a baby about the same time as g(Math), but it still holds a very special place in my heart. My goal at the time, and still today, was to make digital math creation delightful, intuitive, and fun. g(Math) was the first step to reaching that goal.

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EquatIO is Heading into Summer with New Features

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At Texthelp, we are constantly working to improve our products so that they meet the evolving needs of our customers. EquatIO is our latest product to get this upgrade. Previously available in Google Docs and Forms, EquatIO now works in Google Slides, Sheets, and Drawings!

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The power of prediction: EquatIO flips the math teaching paradigm

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If you’re over 40, you probably bought your first cell phone to make voice calls while you were out and about. Then you discovered this great thing called texting. Suddenly you could tell a friend or client you’re running late, without the embarrassment of having to call. It could even predict what you were typing, and correct your mistakes. How cool was that?

Paradigms are made to be broken. And school teachers are waking up to the realization that their students interact with the world very differently today.

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Reinventing Math Class with EquatIO (Chrome Extension)

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Originally posted on Shake Up Learning.

Let’s get real for a minute: math has always had a bit of an image problem, hasn’t it?!

As a teacher for over fifteen years, I know all too well that many of my students just aren’t as excited by the subject as I am. I can see it on their faces when they come into the room for my first class each year. And as the long-term poor relation, math is now facing an even bigger threat to its popularity in the classroom – technology.

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