25 Bad Uses of Tech to Avoid When Teaching Math, According to Teachers

Concerns about the use of technology in math class are nothing new. Calculators, the internet, and smartphones have each raised alarms that they would short-circuit students’ math learning.

Who knows, maybe even teachers of yore fretted over the abacus making their students lazy.

But as tech use in schools accelerates and new tools—think of those powered by artificial intelligence—hit the market, this tension between technology and math instruction is only poised to tighten.

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