Google has an add-on called g(Math) that can help math teachers insert math equations, formulas, and graphs into Google Docs and Forms. I’m not a math teacher, so I don’t use this every day, but I have heard some of my math teacher friends mention that they don’t use G-Suite as much because it is difficult to do this or they prefer Math Type in the Office product suite. So…I thought I’d throw together some resources to help you make the most out of g(Math) and maybe make using G-Suite for math a little easier!
Here are some video tutorials to get you started:
Interested in trying to work handwritten responses into your math work? Here’s a link to a post and a video that explains how:
And just for fun…here’s an article with 4 Math Add-Ons for Google Docs!
And an article entitled “60 Ways Math Teachers Can Use Google Classroom”
If you use any of these…please leave us a comment on this post and let us know!!
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