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Doing Math Equations/Homework Online

For those of you who met with me to learn how to accept student work products through Infinite Campus thus week, you might be wondering if you can do it if you teach math. I've been looking in to all kinds of different options to have the students write out equations on their computer and there are really are a ton of them. But I found that the Daum Equation Editor App in Google Chrome is a really great looking tool that lets your kids export the equation as an image, text, or in to their Google Drive. Here is a screencast to walk you through how to install it. If you don't have Google Chrome, you can find it in the Web category on Self Service.

I'd love to hear your thoughts if you use it in your class!


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