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EquatIO makes maths digital – letting everyone create mathematical equations, formulas, Desmos graphs and more on their computer or Chromebook.
While education technology is rapidly transforming teaching and learning, it sometimes seems that maths has been left behind in the rush.
When it comes to maths as a subject, we’re dealing with a whole different language, with the whiteboard – plus good old pen and paper – remaining default choices to scribble down formulae, graphs and other maths expressions.
Texthelp’s EquatIO offers a huge leap forward in digitising maths, allowing diverse learners to engage with content in ways that suit them best – whether it’s a simple screen reader function or more comfortable and flexible ways to input and manipulate expressions.
For example, EquatIO converts handwritten expressions on a keyboard or touchscreen into accurate digital maths. This can then be added to Microsoft Word or G Suite with a simple click.
Activities created using EquatIO Mathspace can be used for group work, which allows for student interaction, creating a friendly atmosphere where students will enjoy learning.
And – planned as it is around Universal Design for Learning principles – EquatIO makes maths much more accessible, and engaging in the classroom.
“A masterpiece of technology, enabling mathematical literacy for everyone.”
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