Students with dysgraphia are challenged with producing written information legibly and fluently. Written composition is a significant challenge but also writing math problems can also be a challenge. Here area a few solutions for creating math problems electronically – yes with apps for that!
A couple that can do the job (certainly there are more!):
CalcuPad App (free and Pro- 1.99) – Provides a viewable writing area to display the math equation. Performs the calculation automatically. Provides symbols for operations as √, parentheses, exponents needed in algebra problems. You can populate a number of math problems on one page. Work flow provides printing, copying and emailing your work. Pro version removes ad.
MathScribe app (free) for iPad. Provides a document work environment for creating basic math problems. Create new and saves as RTF files. Three different keyboard providing a variety of math symbols are available using the PREV and NEXT buttons on the bottom of the keyboard.
Both of these apps could provide solutions for upper elementary, middle or high school or college students who have significant difficulty writing math problems and are taking basic or functional math classes.
Certainly there are many more, but here are a few for your school, AT or OT mTool Kit!
What math apps are in your mobile tool kit?