The relationship between technology and math can have a profound impact on the students ability to comprehend and perform in math classes. Technology that is thoughtful can be a way to help students participate in their learning process, provide personalized experiences and support for diverse learners.

Hardware and software for maths such as graphing calculators, spreadsheets, and dynamic geometry environments allow students to explore mathematics in an interactive, engaging and visually appealing manner. They can perform computations quickly and efficiently that would require a lot of time or effort with traditional pencil-and-paper methods. The software and hardware will help students gain a deeper understanding of concepts by making them visualize the processes involved and allows them to play with their understanding of mathematical concepts through trial and trial and (Jeng et al. 2010).

Students who utilize ICT to learn math typically have positive attitudes towards the subject and demonstrate a greater understanding of math than those who don’t. This is due to the fact that technology encourages students to explore new strategies and approaches which they are less likely to employ with traditional tools. ICT can also allow students to work with each other in ways that might not be possible in a face-to-face setting. This helps them form a community of fellow students who have similar interests.

There is evidence that technology can be effective in teaching math when used as a tool to teach other subjects like science and history. Students who utilize ICT to learn complicated concepts in other subjects typically gain greater understanding of those subjects as well as the ability to apply their knowledge to real-world issues.