As I mentioned last week, I’m trying to make more videos about the excellent products that Microsoft offers to teachers and students for free. One of those products is OneNote. Within OneNote there is a great feature that can help students solve math problems. In the video that I’ve embedded below you can see how OneNote can help students solve math problems.
OneNote provides students with step-by-step outlines for solving math problems that they write in their OneNote notebooks. The way that this works is a student hand-writes or types a problem onto a page in OneNote and then highlights that problem using the lasso tool in OneNote. Once the problem is highlighted students can then select “math” in the ribbon menu and a new menu appears on the page. In that new menu students can choose to see the steps to take to solve the problem.
Watch my short video to see how to use the math problem solution function in OneNote.