Wednesday, November 29, 2017

First Look: Equatio

Equatio is a math tool that can be used with Google Docs and other word processing tools to insert "math language" into text. Equatio is now free for educators to use. I'll make no guarantees about student use at this time, as I simply haven't had time to look into it yet.

The video below shows a quick first look at Equatio, and I hope this will encourage you to explore it in more depth on your own.


H/T to Richard Byrne & Free Tech for Teachers, where I first learned about this. 

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Switching to the NEW Google Calendar

Google Calendar just got a facelift!

Don't be afraid to switch - you can always switch back if you don't like it. Please feel free to explore, as I'm sure I will.

Here's a brief video about how to switch over and what it will look like after you do.


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