Overview

 

 

Algebra By Hand(TM) is a web application to improve students' procedural fluency in solving linear equations in algebra using a fun drag and drop interface - sort of like algebra with training wheels. Assigning worksheets is painless. All the correcting and grading is done for you so you can grade less and teach more. ABH also provides analytics explaining which common core skills each student possesses.

 

 

Locations

 

Headquarters

2233 Pemberton Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146 United States
Phone: 267-606-6360

Geographic Locations:

US

 

 

Products

 

Algebra By Hand(TM) makes students faster, more accurate, and more confident in solving linear equations in algebra. ABH has a fun drag and drop interface that improves students' procedural fluency. Assign worksheets to an entire class with a couple of mouse clicks. ABH does all the correcting and grading for you. Complete analytics tell you which common core algebra skills have been demonstrated for each student. ABH works on mouse-driven as well as touch devices and includes a voice interface for the visually impaired. Teachers can create custom worksheets or adopt worksheets from a public library.

 

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Resources

 

This link allows you to sign up as a Canvas administrator for Algebra By Hand(TM).


This document describes Algebra By Hand(TM) and what it is used for - a good read for teachers.


 

 

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Algebra By Hand(TM)

Algebra By Hand(TM)

A web application to make students faster, more accurate, and more confident in solving linear equations in algebra. Algebra By Hand(TM) has a fun drag and drop interface that improves students' procedural fluency. Assign worksheets to an entire class with a couple of mouse clicks. ABH does all the correcting and grading for you. It gives you complete analytics telling you which common core algebra skills have been demonstrated for each student. Works on mouse-driven as well as touch devices. Also includes a voice interface for the visually impaired. Teachers can create custom worksheets or adopt worksheets from a public library.

 

 

Contact Info

 

Algebra by Hand
Contact: Michael Eiseman
2233 Pemberton
Philadelphia, PA 19146 United States
Phone: 267-606-6360
Email: mrmike@algebrabyhand.com

Technical Support: mrmike@algebrabyhand.com