My Journey from g(Math) to EquatIO (and yours)12th September 2017 -
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.
Rolling out assistive technology in a school environment29th August 2017 -
This week we have a guest blog post from Randy Lyseng, an assistant principal and Certified Google Education Trainer responsible for a wide variety of technology PD and tools.
As a seasoned educator with over 25 years public school experience as a teacher, university facilitator, and educational technology consultant for a district of approximately 5,000 teachers, we turned to Randy to get his expertise on rolling out assistive technology school-wide.
If you are planning on using assistive technology or other education technology across your school or district this school year, you won't want to miss Randy's best practices.
Differentiate Your Classroom From Day One25th August 2017 -
This week we have a guest blog post from Katie Spear, an upper elementary school teacher in the San Francisco Bay Area. If you are thinking about differentiating your classroom as part of your #BackToSchool plan, you won't want to miss Katie's 4 strategies that you can implement on the first day of school!
Supporting Dyslexia19th July 2017 -
Originally published by National Police Autism Association as a guest blog, Texthelper Janice offers advice on how to be more dyslexia-friendly and connect with existing staff.
5 MORE Ways to Use Equatio27th June 2017 -
Originally posted on the EdTechTeam blog.
Have you heard?! Equatio, by Texthelp, now works in all of your favorite Google Workspace for Education Tools: Docs, Forms, Sheets, Slides and Drawings! Back in April 2017, we shared with you five ways to get started using Equatio in your classroom and we are back with five more.
Top 5 Ways to use EquatIO in the Classroom12th April 2017 -
Originally posted on the EdTechTeam blog, this article highlights the top 5 ways to use EquatIO in the classroom. EquatIO is Texthelp's new math tool for educators around the world to use. This Chrome Extension allows teachers and students to type, write or speak math. Yes - this is the tool that will make those frustrating equation editors obsolete.