Students using graphing technology

Dunhamreview of calculator research (1993)

Students who use graphing calculator technology
 can better read and interpret graphical information;
 obtain more information from graphs;
 have greater overall achievement on graphing items;
 are better at finding an algebraic representation for a
graph
 better understand global features of functions;
 better understand connections among graphical, numerical,
and algebraic representations;
 had more flexible approaches to problem solving, were more
willing to engage in problemsolving and stayed with a problem
longer; and
 concentrated on math problems and not on algebraic
manipulation;