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.

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

  1. Have you done a video on how you embed your worksheets on the Rocketbook PDF pages found online? I read your article above but am lost on the details of how you actually perform that feat. If not and yet you know that others have, are you able to guide me to those sites?

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