Free, editable materials are the foundation of all versions of NJCTL courses from K-12 mathematics and science to AP Physics, chemistry and computer science. These support live instruction, whether in the classroom or on a video platform, and can be used with the entire class, small groups, or individual students.
Live remote instruction is supported by our digital presentations that interweave brief direct instruction with sets of formative assessment questions to create a social constructivist setting.
Our broad range of free, editable materials and resources include:
- Editable digital presentations that replace the need for textbooks and contain direct instruction with embedded formative assessment questions.
- Unit plans that contain everything you need for lesson planning including standards, essential questions, formative & summative assessments, labs, and day-by-day instructional sequence.
- Classwork, homework, and assessments that align directly to your instruction.
- Physical and virtual labs with instructions for students and instructors.
Our horizontally aligned science and mathematics courses allow your students to use grade-level mathematics in the
context of their science courses and vice-versa. Their vertical alignment ensures year-to-year coherence.
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