There’s more than one way to solve a maths problem
From calculations to collaboration and critical thinking, when you think about maths, there's always more than one way to solve a problem. We all think and learn differently. Moving to digital STEM classes often has us thinking about how difficult it can be for you and your students to write complex maths equations on screen. Without knowing or teaching your students how to write in LaTeX, how can they accurately get their expressions down in a Google Doc, Google Form or a Microsoft Word document?
Texthelp tools give students the opportunity to truly show what they know in maths and science. Students and teachers can benefit from time saving tools that make maths more accessible and engaging.
Assessing progress in maths
Teachers in every subject use formative assessment tools to check for understanding, monitor learning progress, and provide feedback to students. In maths, formative assessment tools such as pop quizzes, asking students to build something, calling on students during class, and playing classroom games where students must apply what they have learned are used to gauge comprehension
Texthelp tools offer alternative digital assessment methods for students with disabilities or learning differences.
Enhance understanding in maths with manipulatives
In today’s digital classroom, getting students to work together to solve maths problems can be a struggle. Whether that means a group of students huddled around one device, or reverting to pen and paper, neither scenario is ideal in the fast-paced, modern maths class.
Texthelp tools help to create collaborative digital workspaces for maths teachers and students.
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