Founded by Mathew Pregasen ‘18SEAS, builds tools for math teachers to better engage their students, starting with proprietary natural language parsing technology.
Put simply, many teacher’s love using technology since it reduces the time-suck of grading and has the ability to engage the student more rapidly. But while the sciences and certain social sciences have gotten their due, math has been left behind. If you cannot input and interface with math easily, all the other features don’t matter. Parsegon is the first tool that enables teachers to easily type math on a computer via a proprietary English to math algorithm. It empowers educators to create and customize math content, encourage students to show their work digitally, coupled with common standards in the education industry such as auto-grading and classroom management.
Learn more at http://www.parsegon.com