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Welcome to the CTAP, Common Core State Standards Instructional Modules website.

Brought to you by CTAP, the CaliforniaTechnology Assistance Project, this site is designed to assist educational professionals with the task of preparing teachers and students to excel in the Common Core environment, while developing the necessary technology integration skills for mastery of content and performing well on the Smarter Balanced Assessment.

This site is organized into modules that can be utilized individually as short professional development sessions, or together into longer sessions, depending on the needs of the trainer and the availability of resources.

Use the tabs at the top of the page to navigate the site.



About CTAP

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The California Technology Assistance Project (CTAP) is a statewide technical assistance program, funded by the California Department of Education (CDE). Intended to promote the effective use of technology in teaching, learning and school administration, CTAP provides assistance to schools and districts based upon local needs in each of 11 regions in California.

Click here to more about the California Technology Assistance Project.


Our Services
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* Professional development and learning resources to use technology as a tool to improve reaching and learning.
* Professional development and support for hardware and telecommunications infrastructure design, implementation, and sustainability.
* Professional development and support to use technology as a tool to improve school management, including pupil record-keeping and tracking for pupil instruction and data-driven decision making.

Click here to visit the California Technology Assistance Project web page.
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Make sure to visit the California Technology Assistance Project (CTAP) website for all of your instructional technology needs. We are here to help, and happy to serve.

Click here to visit the California Technology Assistance Project web page.