Many people believe that technology has a great impact on improving the learning of students, but is this true? As classes investigate this question, test scores have shown that there is no real difference in test scores. Technology is no the easiest tool to implement in the classroom. Many of the teachers that I have had here at Providence College know very little about the technology they are provided in the classroom. If teachers and students do not know exactly how to use the technology, or how to use it as an academic advantage, then there is really no point of having technology in the classroom. Although, if the technology is implemented correctly, this can have its benefits. Students can do one on one activities to practice their math skills, reading and many other skills. This will encourage the students to practice more because it is more fun for them and keeps them interested in what they are learning.