Technology in the classroom has become an essential tool for learning and understanding. According to Pierce and Ball (2009) they found that students’ attitudes towards math improve when they use technology in classes. Furthermore, they also tend to gain a greater understanding of the subject. This is due to the fact that students are able to experiment with mathematical concepts in different ways, such as using calculators to solve math problems or online manipulation tools. However, incorporating the appropriate technology into math classes requires careful consideration and a thorough understanding site of how it works.

One of the major benefits of integrating technology into maths classes is that it lets teachers come up with more innovative and exciting ways of teaching the subject. This is because some of the newer digital tools are designed specifically to use students’ modelling and visual power. Software applications, for instance allows students to create 3D geometrical models of objects such as cones and cubicles in a manner that helps students to understand the shape and properties.

Additionally, the most effective technology tools aid students in freeing their working memory so that they can focus on problem formulation and modeling. They also aid in the creation of public records of thinking that can be re-used, transportable and shareable among peers and teachers. This approach seeks to bridge the gap between students’ informal knowledge and the formal structure of scientific and mathematical phenomena.