Hot Lunch Tray

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

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Teach the Key Point

How do you teach anything? Teachers and coaches are constantly searching for the most efficient way to teach. Below are some points of conversation from a […]

Improve your Argument #BlogAMonth

For the October #BlogAMonth challenge I have only just found my soapbox moment as October is closing. And I had to improve my argument and […]

The Forgotten Technology Partner, Home.

As an educator you can count on learning new technologies. But what about as a parent? How do you involve parents in classroom technology? As a parent, […]

If it “isn’t about the Tech,” Why go to an #EdTech Conference?

I am an educator. I am an educator who sees great value in appropriate use of technology throughout teaching and learning. And I have a […]

The Internet is Not Your Enemy

Neither Al Gore nor the US Military invented The Internet to make a teacher’s job harder. Nor is The Internet part of a conspiracy to dumb our […]

Challenges and Successes #ETCoaches Blog Challenge Week 2

Everyone has challenges and success at work, but working in a job which is less than a decade old – in the education industry which […]

Sharing Treasure #BlogAMonth September 2016

A teacher friend is worth his/her weight in gold for a reason; they hold treasure! Over the years teachers build up experience and the knowledge of […]

#ETCoaches Teacher Starting A Blog

An awesome #ETCoaches Twitter chat last week inspired the group to start-up an Ed Tech Coaches Blog Challenge. I offered to get the ball rolling on […]

Kid Cloud Strategy

I wrote about my cloud strategy and even anticipated my husband might need/have a cloud strategy, but I was not prepared to teach my 3rd grader […]

The Internet Is Down

I remember back to teaching through an Internet outage and not realizing it until planning period. And I was grateful for the outage – no […]

Judging Teacher Work

There is a certain understood professionalism between educators – or there should be. Judging the quality of a teacher-created contribution is tough, but how does one […]

July 2016 #blogamonth

I love a good blog challenge, and I have a feeling #blogamonth is primed for a come back – so I want to share this […]

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