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Discover professional learning opportunities to help struggling students meet College and Career Readiness Standards.

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Practical Strategies for Your Classroom

Use Instructional Strategy Guides in English Language Arts and Math to personalize evidence-based practices with technology.

Formative Assessments with Technology

Find ideas for using technology-supported assessments.

Design Professional Development

Create professional learning activities using the PowerUp PD Facilitator's Guide. Learn more >

Make Tech Happen in Your School

Explore the Technology Implementation Practice Guide.

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Tech Matters

Sep
19
2014
Do you have students whose first language is not English? Have they recently come from another country and are learning English? Are you looking for meaningful, inclusive learning activities? One highly-engaging way to include every student is to take advantage of free online newspapers. You can easily find a newspaper written in your student’s first language on the website, Free Online Newspapers. This comprehensive site provides a list and links to free online newspapers and magazines from around the world.  Read More...
Sep
16
2014
Every fall, with the beginning of school year, teachers and students take time to get organized.  Teachers set up their classrooms, arrange their schedule, and gather needed materials. Students load up backpacks, make plans with friends, and begin new routines. Read More...

Featured Resources

Instructional Strategy guide
Mathematics helps us to understand science and to design, conduct, and analyze the results of scientific experiments. Science requires us to collect data, interpret it for significant patterns, and Read More...
Instructional Strategy guide
Classroom presentations encourage purposeful speaking and engaged listening. When students give a presentation, they not only demonstrate content knowledge but also exercise skills in writing with Read More...