Purdue University have an impressive teaching and learning resources page which has resources about using technology tools through to a course review and design process.
What I particularly like is that each of the sections – particularly in the technology tools sections – includes an analysis of how the tool might relate to principles of sound pedagogy. They use a simple set of seven principles that has been widely popularised and they use it in a consistent cyclical way.
For example the page on Presenting with Digital Tools gives examples of good tools and examples of their use. It then links to Principle 3 – Encourages Active Learning, this page in turn links to a set of strategies for encouraging active learning. For example the first strategy is I ask students to present their work to the class this page has a brief pedagogical rational, examples, references and tool suggestions.
Using this sound research based framework adds a simplicity to the presentation and a depth to the content.