Information and communication technology can be a powerful tool for enhancing student learning. But transforming technological tools into meaningful teaching and learning experiences requires sensible integration into the classroom through appropriate activities. Grounded in empirically evidenced developmental models and linked closely to practical classroom practice, the authors describe and explain the use of ICT as a means to enhance learning in the core areas of measurement, space and geometry, early number concepts, data and statistics, chance and probability, and patterns and algebra. The text is supported by activities, classroom ?snapshots?, examples of student work and suggested links to online mathematical resources. Other topic areas include student diversity, assessment, ?out of field? mathematics teaching and teaching in rural and remote areas. Although written for primary, this book would also be a useful resource for teachers of junior secondary students. Each copy has a code which gives 6 months access to the related interactive maths online website for a single user. This resource won Best Tertiary Student Resource and Outstanding Digital Resource at the 2014 Education Publishing Awards.