Hot Lunch Tray

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

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Posts by Hot Lunch Tray

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 […]

UX is not about You

As more content moves online the User Experience is increasingly important. Public K12 institutions increasingly offer asynchronous content. And the UX is about the end-user, the student […]

Laptop required, and everyone brings a smartphone

If you have ever hosted a professional learning event or training for teachers, you likely called out in the invitation – laptop required – right? And […]

Using Technology How?

This is a version of a Type I & Type II Technologies presentation from 2011, presented at a local educational technology conference. So much has changed since […]

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