This paper showcases various digital technologies that can be integrated into K-2 mathematics classrooms to provide authentic learning experiences. Digital learning tools such as interactive whiteboards, digital learning objects and simple robotics are used to exemplify how classroom teachers can use these tools to facilitate young students' lerning of mathematical concepts and skills related to counting, position, direction, angles and measurement. The paper suggests ways to integrate technology into current mathematics programs.
|Number of pages||3|
|Publication status||Published - 2008|