I love mathematics. I love technology. Therefore I agree wholeheartedly with this piece, which explains that there are no technological shortcuts in the learning of mathematics, and many technological hindrances.
Good quote: "earned fluency is the only way to understanding". A calculator can tell you the answer; but plenty of hard work with pencil and paper is the way to understand the answer. Confusing those two concepts is fatal.
On the subject of mathematics, here's a link to an article I wrote a few years ago, "Creation and Mathematics".