Instructional technology involves intentional planning to provide students access and opportunities to engage with technology tools such as personal computers, smartboards, tablets, and digital programs as a tool of learning for content delivery. Using instructional technology as a practice embeds the technology tools within the curriculum to improve learning outcomes for students. in the three-phase cycle for instruction, teachers use instructional technology across phases. Instructional technology involves planning for individualized instruction of content with delivery that incorporates a variety of audio, visual, and digital materials, followed by reviewing assessment data and intensification of instructional technology if needed. The brief highlights what teachers need to know about the practice, using instructional technology with students with disabilities, how the practice can be used to support access to the general education classroom, and how to get started using instructional technology.