Top 10 G Suite Math Tips with TextHelp EquatIO
Add EquatIO to Chrome
Easily create mathematical equations, formulas, quizzes and more in G Suite apps
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Choose from a variety of inputs
Use math writing shortcuts, prediction, LaTeX, dictation or handwriting recognition to create math in the equation editor and insert it into your Google Doc with a simple click.
Create an exit ticket in Google Forms
Easily create interactive math quizzes, exams and activities for students with Google Forms, and let them respond directly.
Explore math concepts in Slides, Sheets, and Drawings
Bring mathematical ideas or complex data sets to life by incorporating equations and formulas directly into Google Slides, Sheet and Drawings.
Visualize math through dynamic graphs
Powered by Desmos, the graphing calculator makes math visual. Simply enter any expression and see it plotted instantly – great for visual learners and teachers alike.
Put digital math in the palm of your hand
With EquatIO Mobile, you can experience the benefits of technology no matter what form the math comes in. Use your phone or tablet to insert handwritten math, spoken math or images directly into the documents you are working on.
Collaborate in EquatIO mathspace
Make problem solving into problem sharing! Use EquatIO mathspace, a collaborative workspace for your Chrome browser, to make math together, bringing math to life for the whole class.
Create a student-teacher feedback loop
Turn your EquatIO mathspaces into classroom assignments. Share problems with students, keep track of responses, and create an ongoing, valuable feedback loop between teacher and student.
Engage the WHOLE class
With EquatIO, ALL students have the freedom to express, organize, and share their thinking, while teachers can create engaging lessons that turn abstract concepts into real-life scenarios.