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This collection of ed tech resources will get you started on flipping your classroom and includes tools designed to help teachers and students enhance, publish, and share work, along with databases that offer high quality leveled texts for students for free. Click the photo above to get started.

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These resources support middle school science topics aligned to the 2015 Enhanced 6-12 Science Scope and Sequence. Click the photo above to learn more. 

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This unit introduces students to the idea of computers and computing by looking at modern computers, historical technology, and the future of computing. Click the photo above to get started.

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Check out these curriculum planning resources to help you modify or write new curricula that ensures all students are engaged. The resources adhere to the principles of Understanding by Design and the Universal Design for Learning. Click the photo above to get started. 

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Click the photo above to access videos, articles and activities to help teachers create a classroom culture wherein students feel comfortable asking questions, collaborating and taking academic risks. Resources are for all grade levels. 

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