Neurodiversity - Opening the doors to competitive advantage13th April 2018 -
Many of the world’s most successful business people will tell you that the difference between success and failure in business comes down to your staff.
EquatIO mathspace - now a formative assessment tool20th February 2018 -
Have you checked out EquatIO mathspace lately? What started out as a digital whiteboard that could be passed back and forth between teachers and students has become a full-fledged assignment-giving, feedback-providing, formative assessment tool.
How, you may ask? Keep reading to find out!
New year, new features for Read&Write for Google Chrome30th January 2018 -
A new update for Read&Write for Google Chrome will be making its way out to users this week. The update will include additional translation languages, Talk&Type for Google Slides, PDF Reader integration with Google Classroom, and more. Keep reading for the details...
Check out Read&Write for Microsoft Edge!16th January 2018 -
We are excited to announce an update to Read&Write for Microsoft Edge, the extension that brings powerful reading, writing, research and study tools to the Edge browser. Microsoft’s new browser provides a faster and richer internet experience for Windows 10 and 10S users, and now Read&Write helps take it to the next level.
The Plot Thickens: EquatIO® now includes graphing from Desmos8th January 2018 -
Back in September, we announced a partnership with Desmos, which would introduce dynamic graphing into EquatIO. Today, Desmos graphing has been FULLY integrated into EquatIO across all platforms - EquatIO for Google, Windows, and Mac, and the web app, EquatIO mathspace.
The Conferences You’ll Want to Keep an Eye On in 20183rd January 2018 -
Happy New Year everyone! We hope 2018 is off to a great start.
We wanted to do our part to get the new year started by sharing some of the edtech conferences we think you’ll want to keep an eye on in 2018. Whether you’re able to attend in person or simply follow along on social media, these are the events that are sure to educate and inspire educators in 2018.