Hot Lunch Tray

Educational Technology, Blended Learning Strategies, and just plain teaching!

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Posts by Hot Lunch Tray

3 Ways Technology is Reshaping the Classroom

More than an acceleration of the pace of education, more than the expansion of content to teach, your classroom is being reshaped in new ways. […]

Professional Learning and Conferences #edublogsclub

This post is prompt 25 of the #EdublogsClub – a group of educators and edtech enthusiasts that blog around a common theme each week. All […]

A Lesson in every Platform, A Grade in every Place

This is no longer the days of create-everything-from-scratch with some scissors, tape, and a copy machine. Multiple websites promise to be your educational platform and grading program […]

If you don’t pass The Test #BlogAMonth

I always felt bold when I said it to middle schoolers, “Do you know what happens if you don’t do well on The Test?” The […]

Nothing Personal, Love Technology

Have you ever noticed how people take technology failures so personally? However, technology does exactly what is is told. So what are you telling it […]

Pioneers turned Settlers

My classroom was like an old western movie. I often thought of myself as a “white hat” and there were times when I certainly went “cowboy” […]

One Good Strategy

Early learners of anything flounder. Their learning is almost visible in their struggles. It is easy to forget how little things can make a big impact. […]

Refuse to Accelerate

As an adult I have control over a great deal. I retain control of what I attend to, especially in this hyperactive news environment. The truth is, […]

A Picture Is Worth … #EduBlogsClub

…a 1,000 views? Well, maybe not quite 1,000. But, pictures or images are an important facet of any blog post. Images serve a few functions […]

Blog Challenges for Educators

It seems every blog I read for specific content also wants to talk to about blogging. Maybe I am just another one of those… Blog […]

Three Things about SAMR

Recently I listened to SAMR described in a new way which changed my opinion of its immediate usefulness with educators. When you view popular SAMR graphics you may […]

Real or Perceived Hurdle?

Some teachers are always giving the reasons they cannot do something. Maybe they even share reasons you cannot do something. To engage with each real […]

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