My first incredible discovery is Janet Benincosa's fabulous website filled with numerous resources including technology resources, curriculum maps, and electronic lesson plans (which I had never seen and thought how easy it would be to customize for my state standards). The electronic lesson plan allows the user to utilize a built-in drop down menu to choose standards, level of Bloom's, Marzano's strategies, modifications, and so much more!
Kutztown University's Methods of Teaching Secondary Mathematics class has shared many ideas for interactive bulletin boards. Photos, directions, and lesson integration are all available on their website. Though the bulletin boards were designed with specific topics in mind, they can be easily adapted to fit any mathematics concept.
Erin Eberhart shared a tip for creating Running Records using address labels, clipboard, and a pen. She makes notes on the address labels as she observes students. For example, John is struggling with... At the end of the week, she places the address labels on the large index card she keeps for each student. It makes it easy to keep track of each student's progress and share observations with parents.
Wishing you a great weekend. I am off to discover more FaBULoUs FiNds!