The blog TeachPaperless began in 2009 as way for a teacher to detail his experience working in a paperless classroom. Then in 2011 it became a "collaboratively written blog dedicated to conversation and commentary about the intertwined worlds of digital technology, new media, and education." While surfing today I read through some interesting posts. Here's one you might like.
The strategies are grouped into before, during and after instruction. Each one also describes the preferred grouping and optional tech tools. There are many terrific ideas here for mental math, vocabulary, critical thinking, and more. If you have some time, do check it out!