At home or in the classroom, EquationLab on iPad transforms the way students learn to calculate and helps drive up exam results in physics and maths.
EquationLab helps teachers create innovative learning experiences which will engage learners, build confidence and increase attainment. EquationLab reveals all the equation skills that students need to succeed in high school maths and physics.
Save time by producing equation resources for presentations and documents in a fraction of the time needed using Microsoft Equation or LaTeX. Calculation solutions can be exported to documents and presentations or shared with colleagues.
- Introducing new concepts, formula and calculation to classes
- Individual catch up
- Peer to peer learning
- Group work
- Facilitated Q&A where students use the app at the whiteboard
- Problem solving sessions
- Exam and homework review
- Formative assessment, helping teachers clarify and respond to student needs
Helping your child become skilled and confident in calculations is a vital part of preparing for exams and a successful career.
EquationLab makes learning to calculate easier and more engaging which means your child can work at their own pace and get homework and exam revision completed. Parents can use EquationLab to check that calculations are completed correctly, even when they are unsure of how to do the calculations themselves.
When using EquationLab, as a parent you can be confident that your child is learning all the calculation skills needed for improved grades and exam success. This lets your child go back to school more able to achieve their potential and face the challenges ahead.
Prefixes, decimal places, significant figures and scientific notation; adjust any of them in your input values or answers and see immediately what these concepts really mean.
Enter values in your equation first and then rearrange. EquationLab supports teachers who wish to focus on this calculation approach.
EquationLab is packed with information. Read about algebra, rearranging equations, prefixes, decimal places and answer accuracy. A data book contains loads of important constants.