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Empower and Engage Your Students in Math and Science through UDL

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Would you like to increase your students' comprehension and engagement in STEM subjects? Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an education framework that provides students with options for comprehension, expression, and engagement so that they can learn in the method that best suits their needs. Join John McGowan, Product Manager at Texthelp, as he details how you can engage and empower students in math and science through technology that is built on UDL principles. John will share the best methods to improve the student-teacher feedback loop, both in terms of quality and timing, by using EquatIO®. Come discover concrete examples of how you can integrate UDL into your math and science classrooms to empower and engage your students like never before.

This webinar has been brought to you by Texthelp, the makers of EquatIO. Install it for free at


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Mathematics
Last aired on: Saturday, March 9, 2019 @ 11:00 AM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Addressing Learning Loss, Differentiation & Personalization, Sponsored, STEAM
Tags: digital notation, Equatio, equations, math, mathematics, science, STEAM, STEM, Texthelp, UDL

Reviews (38)

Full Member
Great webinar. Very informative.
Full Member
Love this!
Full Member
Thank you and you are absolutely right about your UDL description!
Full Member
What a phenomenal app! Thank you.
Finally! Something to help me teach science!!!!
Nice work
Basic Member
Very interesting. I added the extension to my Chrome. It looks like you still have to be pretty good with fine motor to create equations using this extension. There is a definite learning curve. I will need to spend more time with it. I have a student with CP who has some fine motor limitations, but likes to work with his hands rather than always speech to text in the classroom. He is a 5th grader, but I think this would still be rather complicated for him. I need more time with it. Thank you for the option for a new way of accessing the curriculum. This will allow so many more students to access math in new ways!
Full Member
Very interesting
Full Member
I didn't really understand this or how I could use it on a lower grade level, but it was interesting.
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