Different from their predecessors" (p. 1). As technology has become an essential part of our lives, new ways of learning mathematics should be created for meaningful learning. Moreover, Prensky (2001) points out that it is imperative to "[teach] how to use [calculators and computers] to instill the things that are useful to have internalized" (p. 5). Thus,. Healy, J. M. (1998). Failure to connect: how computers affect our children's minds - for better and worse. University of California, Los Angeles.