There is not a universal approach in meeting the learning needs of all students. Students have different learning styles that promote higher success in the classroom compared to other learning styles. Literature has demonstrated African American students’ diverse learning needs and preferred learning styles were not consistently being addressed in the classroom. Hence, some African American students were not learning and began to perform at a lower grade level. The presenter will provide suggestions of various technology-enhanced instructional strategies and its potential impact on African American student achievement. Additionally, the presenter will provide educators with several implications that can be applied to their current classroom setting.