In this paper, we investigate the effect of using technologies common to digital natives on the learning achievements of elementary school students. The factors we consider include time, content of activity, time of learning, search technique, and internet safety. We use fuzzy statistics with a soft methodology to analyze the fuzzy data. The results show that school children spent an average of 3.23 days a week on the internet, at an average of 2.14 hours per session. On average, 32.84 minutes were spent looking up school-related information, and the most frequent activity was playing online games. There was great success in learning in the subject of “Social Studies and Science and Technology”. We emphasize to both teachers and parents the need to pay more attention to how schoolchildren use the internet, the study habits of the students regarding information on the internet, and the need to provide children with the appropriate skills to navigate the internet and learn from it.
International Journal of Innovative Management, Information & Production(IJIMIP) 1(1), pp.18–30