Technology daily impacts students' learning experiences. The increased use of calculators, computer algebra systems, and computer–based and Web–based assessments opens up new opportunities and challenges for teaching and learning mathematics. Students' lives are becoming busier, and they have less time to dedicate to homework outside the classroom. Also, many students admit that they do not enjoy completing homework assignments.

Contributor Notes

Teodora B. Cox, teodora.cox@fredonia.edu, is a mathematics educator at SUNY Fredonia in New York. She is interested in technology integration in the mathematics classroom and teacher professional development.

Stacey L. Singer, ssinger@salamancany.org, teaches algebra, problem solving, and physics at Salamanca High School in Salamanca, New York. She is interested in the use of technology in mathematics and physics classrooms.

(Corresponding author is Cox teodora.cox@fredonia.edu)
(Corresponding author is Singer ssinger@salamancany.org)
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