Making Handwriting Digital: Using the Rocketbook App in My Math Class @getRocketbook #edtech

I had a chance to write a guest post on the Rocketbook Blog about how I use their app in my math classes that I hope you’ll enjoy —

Making Handwriting Digital: Using the Rocketbook App in My Math Class, by Stacey Roshan

 

In this post, I talk about:

  • why I chose the Rocketbook App
  • how I set up a Google Drive folder for class submissions
  • a student tutorial I use to get my students oriented at the start of the year
  • how I use the free Rocketbook PDF pages create scannable worksheets
  • why the Rocketbook App has helped streamline our workflow, made notes searchable, and improved overall efficiency

If you’ve never checked out the Rocketbook App before, I encourage you to print off some of their Free PDF pages and giving things a try. As I recommend in the post, make sure that you turn on the Handwriting Recognition (OCR) options in the app itself to take full advantage of the awesomeness.

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