The UDL Educational Technology Guide 2019-2020: Technology for Special Education

John F. O'Sullivan

Section 13 Math

EquatIO Best of Class

This is a math editor that works with the Chrome browser. You can use a free version or pay for a premium version. Texthelp has made a number of outstanding products that can be accessed with Chrome. With so few good options for people with disabilities that are related to math this app I worth consideration.


GeoGebra Honorable Mention
This website has many graphing and geometry features. I recommend that you look at the website to understand the many features that are offered. You can use GeoGebra on all of the major platforms by download it or by using the website. There is a lot to like here. If you are a teacher or student that engages in the many activities on this platform. I recommend considering GeoGebra. 

Graspable Math Sidebar
You can drag and drop equations from a webpage to this sidebar that the extension creates. You can enter in equations with an equation editor and rearrange equations that you drag from a webpage. This extension even integrates with Google Classroom. I recommend looking at their website. There are many features to read about. This extension is a hidden gem. There is a lot to like here.

Wikipedia with MathJax
This extension allows you to zoom into equations in Wikipedia. The app gets outstanding reviews. 

The Mathist - The Joy of Math
You can write your math notes better with this app. 

IXL is a very popular online service that teaches math. 

Melanto Calculator Extension
This extension will add a calculator to the Chrome browser. 

Daum Equation Editor
People often do not think about typing math the way we do with written language. This is an equation editor for Chrome. 

Algebra Calculator by
This app goes beyond a classic calculator. It shows you all of the steps and helps teach you the process. 

Math Games
This has a number of math games for preschool through 8th grade. 

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