Click on the icon to go to the Model Classroom Project website. Our mentor and friend, John Samara has a vast variety of resources and materials designed to guide effective classroom instruction. Use the video academy to navigate the nine norms toward instructional alignment.

Click on the icon to go to the Shake Up Learning website. This site is full of useful information related to the use of instructional technology in the classroom. It is very easy to navigate and great for those of you interested in Google certification.

Click on the icon to explore math in a very innovative way with Desmos. From teacher activities to using graphs, this website offers an interactive feature to any math classroom.

Click on the icon to go to Nearpod. This website is one of the most effective ways to present content and assess students. Its compatibility with just about anything you've already created makes it a valuable tool to engage learners. Learn this platform because this tool will continue to lead the way for education for years to come.

Click the icon to go to ck-12. This website takes the concept of differentiation and makes it possible. There is a ton of lessons across many disciplines. This company also makes many of the presentations that can be purchased on the Nearpod site.

Click on the icon to go to Hyperdocs. This transformational and interactive methodology of delivering instruction is answering the call for 21st century learning. Hyperdocs are Google Document creations that use technology applications to guide student learning.

Click on the icon to go to Control Alt Achieve. This blog by Eric Curts is an excellent compilation of current instructional materials using many different applications.

Click on the icon to go to Classflow. This website can be used in conjunction with the Promethean boards. Create an instant whiteboard, start a quick poll, or make activities with this interactive software.

Do you know of a great resource we should add to this page? Send Mr. Kollister an email with the details,