Find your skill gaps. In math everything builds on the previous issues. Missing one thing makes it difficult to understand the next.
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Check the correctness of every step of your own calculation, from middle school to university level mathematics. The checker will show you exactly where you have made mistakes so that you can go back and fix them, learn from them, and become more confident about all the things you do understand.
Write math easily, neatly, and fast. eMathStudio's notebooks are designed for writing mathematics. They include everything you need for doing math assignments easily on the computer. Easy to use math editor for different levels of math, calculator, math checker, graphing tools, tables and possibilties to insert and embed material from other sources.
Follow your students' progress in real time or get access to their notebooks. Check you students assignments automatically, give individual feedback and share some solutions as models to all your students. Start you lesson knowing where the skill gaps are and what you need to focus on. Group students together so that they can help each other, or so that you can explain that specific issue to everybody who needs to hear it, once.
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