Technology in the classroom has become an essential tool for understanding and learning. According to Pierce and Ball (2009) that students’ attitudes toward math improve when they engage in technology in class. Furthermore, they also tend to attain a higher knowledge of the subject. This is because they are able to experiment with math concepts in a variety of ways, like using calculators to solve math problems or online manipulation tools. Incorporating the right technology in math classes requires careful thought and a thorough understanding of how it works.

One of the major benefits of integrating technology into mathematics classes is that it helps teachers find more creative and interesting ways to teach the subject. Some of the most recent digital tools are designed specifically to take advantage of students’ modeling and visual power. For instance, software applications allow students to build 3D geometrical models of figures such as cones and cubes in a way that helps students understand the shape and properties of these objects.

The most efficient technology tools also aid students free up their working memory so they can focus on problem formulation and model building. They also help students make public records of their thoughts which can be re-used, transported and easily shared between peers and teachers. This approach seeks to bridge the gap between the informal knowledge of students and the formal structure of scientific and mathematical processes.