1. Open up a new Google Doc
2. Click on Add-Ons
3. Click on Get Add-Ons
4. Search for and download the g(Math) Add-On
5. Once you accept the permissions, here are your options:
7. Take a sip of that beverage you've been waiting to sip on when great free products come your way. In fact, take two sips, then thank John.
For reference, I whipped this up just to test it out. While my handwriting usually sucks, this isn't too bad.
I am opposed to a paperless math classroom. In fact, I strongly believe that students need to get their hands dirty and work through problems. This is a way, in a setting with multiple devices, to switch things up and get some paperless responses. Maybe it's a 5 question quiz. Maybe it's a single drawing that students need to use to show that fractions are equivalent. But whatever it is, this is not a replacement, just an enhancement, of good teaching.
Happy "What Is McGowan Gonna Do NEXT" Fishing
PS - he's got something else in the works that'll blow your mind.