I believe that the good use of digital technologies would help students learn science and math in more engaging and challenging ways. For example, interactive virtual simulations and augmented reality would help students experiment and understand scientific concepts more inquisitively, in simpler and more engaging ways. Imagine that students can run chemical reactions or examine chemicals properties in the virtual environment. That would let them explore their findings further and apply the findings in real life settings to confirm the acquired knowledge. This will also allow students to correct their privately held views or misconceptions acquired during science and math classes.