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STEMReader
Hearing maths through technology
Ever thought about how you
read maths?
You can
copy and
paste
MathML or
Latex into
the form,
select
submit to
have it
read...
More than 4% of students
have difficulties impacting
reading skills
Try the built in
examples of a
series of
equations to
...
Maths notation is not the
international language we think it is?
Try having individual parts of an equation read aloud!
(m...
What do all the symbols mean?
STEMReader has short
definitions and prompts for
symbols.
Try the dictionary on the
menu bar
Proof reading Maths notation
Dyslexic students may be twice as likely to make maths
notation errors compared to their peer...
STEMReader:
• Allows you to explore maths
notation with text to speech
• Break down equations into
simple chunks to make t...
Email info@stemreader.org
to find out more
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Overview of stem reader

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Overview of stem reader

  1. 1. STEMReader Hearing maths through technology
  2. 2. Ever thought about how you read maths? You can copy and paste MathML or Latex into the form, select submit to have it read aloud
  3. 3. More than 4% of students have difficulties impacting reading skills Try the built in examples of a series of equations to hear them read aloud.
  4. 4. Maths notation is not the international language we think it is? Try having individual parts of an equation read aloud! (mouse or touch) to read the selected maths. You can tab to the arrow keys when they are highlighted to move around. to stop the reading
  5. 5. What do all the symbols mean? STEMReader has short definitions and prompts for symbols. Try the dictionary on the menu bar
  6. 6. Proof reading Maths notation Dyslexic students may be twice as likely to make maths notation errors compared to their peers. Technology called text to speech can help. STEMReader Premium version offers a tree view that allows you to see the relationship between elements and read each element aloud
  7. 7. STEMReader: • Allows you to explore maths notation with text to speech • Break down equations into simple chunks to make them easier to understand • Check the meaning of unfamiliar symbols
  8. 8. Email info@stemreader.org to find out more

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