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The present study examined the extent to which mathematics teachers’ practices reflect visible learning (VL) at their schools and in their technology-enhanced classrooms. A number of determining factors influencing mathematics teachers to practice VL were also investigated. The Visible Learning Scale (VLS) instrument was conceptually developed based on Hattie’s eight mind frames of VL. The survey results from 119 participants indicated that Saudi mathematics teachers expressed a moderate to great level of evidence-based VL practice to enhance and promote students’ learning achievements and progress. The results also showed that the competence level of information and communication technology (ICT) integration is a determining and influential factor that enhances the practices teachers undertake to achieve a better effect on their students’ learning progress. The findings of this study were interpreted in light of the current educational context of mathematics teaching and technology integration in Saudi Arabia’s education system, and their implications for researchers, teacher educators and policymakers were discussed.