• This study described the technology integration in content and pedagogy and students’ affective, behavioral, and cognitive engagement. This study also examined the impact of integrating technology into content and pedagogy on student engagement. Both descriptive and correlational designs were utilized, with a questionnaire serving as a primary instrument for data collection. The research sample was taken from the Grade VI teachers and Grade VI pupils of Ponot District. A total of 26 teachers and 171 students took part in this study. It was revealed that the teachers extensively integrated technology into their teaching methods and subject matter and the students were actively engaged in classrooms. The teachers were knowledgeable in communicating the lessons to students through technologies that supported their learning and deployed technological tools alongside pedagogy in ways that were appropriate to the development of the lesson. Additionally, the study found a notable correlation between the degree of technology integration in the classroom and the level of student engagement. Moreover, the utilization of technology by teachers in delivering lessons and their expertise in establishing an effective learning environment positively influenced student engagement.