About Sue Glascoe

I am a recently-retired math instructor and educational technology consultant who loves teaching with technology.
I am married and have 2 boys who share my passion for life!  I am writing this blog to share my ideas on teaching math in ways that will enhance student learning and participation in the college classroom, and beyond!


~following my North Star!

* Link to my home page

* Link to my business On Demand Curriculum



  1. Amy Del Medico says:

    Sue, I would like to recommend you to the Executive Steering Committee for ICTCM 2011 as a speaker in the emerging technologies strand. If you are interested, please send me your contact information I will forward it to them. I’m not a spammer – I was last year’s co-chair. http://ictcm.org

  2. Susan says:

    Love your blog! Not seeing how to easily subscribe. Do you have an RSS feed button I’m missing?

  3. Joyce Dibble says:

    Hi Sue,
    Did you get an answer for the question you posted

    “I SERIOUSLY need the handwriting tool in Office 2011 – why did they take it out? I cannot find the Feedback section in the Help 🙁 The ONLY reason I updated to Office 2011 was to use my Wacom tablet to handwrite onto a document in Office. The windows version does it and I use it all the time, but I also have a Mac and I need the same functionality.”

    I am having the same issue and hope that you have found a solution you can share with me.

    Joyce Dibble
    Chemistry Teacher
    Rio Americano High
    Sacramento, CA

    • tech4mathed says:

      I did, but you aren’t going to like it. They did take the feature out, but they did not say why. I have had to switch over to using my Windows machine now with Office 2010, which DOES have the handwriting tool.

  4. Lydia Neher says:

    Hi Sue,

    My name is Lydia and I work for Texas Instruments in our Product Development Team. From a teaching experience, do you use TI-83, TI-84 or TI-Nspire handhelds? If so, I was wondering if we could set up a conference call some time?

    Thanks, Lydia Neher

    Thanks, Lydia

  5. john b. says:

    Sue, great blog! I have a son who is quite dysgraphic. His mental math is very quick but he is suffering in most math classes because writing requires SO much effort that he has little patience for the procedural stuff. I am trying to set him up with a voice recognition package and equation writing tool that will support his math learning. Have you conducted your tests of Math Type yet? Any recommendations? Thanks. John

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