Every teacher is aware or should be aware of Robert J. Marzano's book, Classroom Instruction That Works where there are nine researched instructional strategies that improve student learning.

Now, there is a supporting book, Using Technology with Classroom Instruction That Works , authored by Howard Pitler, Elizabeth R. Hubbell, Matt Kuhn, and Kim Malenoski that effectively incorporates technology into the instructional classroom strategies. Thank you to the authors for showing teachers effective ways to use dynamic technology tools to enrich students' learning experiences, encourage project-based instruction, and give students the skills they need to become lifelong learners and critical thinkers.

This wikispace was started with ideas from the book and from our own teaching and learning experiences in hopes of continuing to transform teaching and learning with effective implementation into the 21st Century.

After reading these books, you are invited to contribute to this wikispace with your examples of student learning activities and resources that effectively incorporate technology into the nine instructional classroom strategies that effect student achievement. Create a bullet and add your links to your student ideas and projects at the appropriate technology strategy genre.

Find additional resources for effective student learning with educational technology applications and resources at these sites: