Mathematics teachers can use a broad range of technologies—calculators, computers, display systems, and others—as teaching and learning tools. Although actual access is influenced by budgets and demand, the important thing is to make the best use of the technology available. Whether you have one computer station for demonstration, a classroom set of graphing calculators, or a fully wired classroom, you can take steps to make your technology implementation most effective and successful.

Contributor Notes

Karen D. Campe, karen.campe@yale.edu, who previously taught high school mathematics, teaches mathematics methods at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. A Teachers Teaching with Technology national instructor, she is interested in using technology to enhance student understanding. WILFRED HERNANDEZ

(Corresponding author is Campe karen.campe@yale.edu)
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