Google, YouTube, PowToon, Padlet and Kahoot! These are just a few of the resources Matt Miller's website "Ditch That Textbook" points out will help teaching staff make the change from textbook to technology. The image to the left has a link to a specific article Mr. Miller wrote as a guide to help quickly implement ideas for change in the classroom.
One highlight of impactful ideas include utilizing the fact that some students learn better visually, so try visual notetaking with images either on paper or by using an app such as Paper by FiftyThree.
Another highlight is to help analyze a writing sample easily by using the Hemingway App, it analyzes paragraphs, sentence structure, word usage, character count, hard-to-read sentences, and much more.
One last noteable idea has your classroom act as a news anchor, interviewing a guest via Google Hangouts or Skype who has information relevant to the subject that is being taught.
This article helps by giving many resources and ideas that will help differentiate a lesson and may even lend supportive tools to help students with disabilities.