The influence of new technology is one of the most powerful forces driving today's development and evolution of mathematics and math education. The use of technology in the classroom is believed to enhance students' academic performance and attitudes toward learning in today's environment. Technology-integrated math lessons encourage student participation in the learning process, making learning more enjoyable and appealing for the students. As Smaldino et al. (2005) noted, the use of technology in instruction enhances not only the learning capabilities of students but also their motivation, thus, students are more engaged in the learning process. Furthermore, it is thought that when technology is employed effectively in classroom education, it can have significant beneficial effects on the performance or accomplishment of students.
"Use of Technology in Mathematics Lessons,"
Transformations: Vol. 9:
1, Article 2.
Available at: https://nsuworks.nova.edu/transformations/vol9/iss1/2