A digital maths tool

EquatIO provides pupils with multiple ways to engage with and express maths. It provides a set of tools to enable pupils to type maths, supported by prediction, handwrite or even dictate. Plus, it’s mathspace feature gives pupils a blank canvas to support creation and use of manipulatives and diagrams, and it even has accessible graphing built in. All on Google docs, Slides, Forms and Jamboard plus Windows and Mac.

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EquatIO understands what you’re saying, turning your spoken input to written expressions. It even ignores those ‘umms’ and ‘errs’ when you’re lost for words.

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I use EquatIO with my students who experience dyscalculia. The visual representations in the tool in maths space enable them to make stronger progress than before. The discoverability tool in pdfs has made our traditional pdf resources fully accessible which has been essential when I have been teaching online. The speech to text feature allows students who may struggle with expressing their maths in a written format to fully engage.
Sammy White
Harrogate College


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