Hot Lunch Tray

Examine edtech tools, the use/potential of edtech, evaluation of K12 products, and MOOC exploration all in the pursuit of patching together true professional learning for a modern K12 teacher.

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Posts by Hot Lunch Tray

EdTech Leadership Cycle

The EdTech Leadership cycle is complex. So much of what a school or district needs depends on where they are in the journey of converting […]

Does this PLC Cover Me?

The idea of a Professional Learning Community, a PLC, is awesome. I want to sit with other professionals and participate in critical conversations around student work, […]

Digital Divide: Teachers & Students

There is a new digital divide. It is the digital divide between teachers and students. Some Students Start Behind Students show up to school with so […]

Leadership #EduBlogsClub

This post is a product of the 30 Days of Blogging Challenge and post 3 in a series of posts for EduBlogs Club. Leadership Authority Your Principal. Some […]

Inspirational and Educational Videos :: January 2017 #BlogaMonth

An awesome idea is to follow-through on the prompt for the Jan 2017 #BlogaMonth: Suggest one to two of your favorite videos (Ted Talks, YouTube […]

Online Hours #EduBlogsClub

Getting work done for me revolves around my kids and their schedules (2007, 2011). This is an excellent prompt from #EduBlogsClub, share our work spaces! Allow […]

Please Don’t Ruin Twitter

I watched that last election. I know how everything is suddenly different. Like when cars made horses obsolete. Like when radio and then television made […]

My Blog Story #EduBlogsClub

I am participating in a couple of Blogging Challenges to stay engaged on my blog and to mix up the content. I would love for […]

2017 Blogging Goals

Happy New Year! Sorry, should I whisper? Ready or not, you woke up to a new year today! What are you going to do with […]

Lead Nobody

Have you ever noticed that something is missing from some leaders? Like followers? How did that happen and how can you avoid falling into that […]

Top Ten Posts of 2016

It is the week of the obligatory Top Ten lists of 2016. Who am I to not join in? Here’s a serving of the Top Ten […]

What your TPACK is Missing

The TPACK graphic is compelling. The complex relationship between the demands of teaching are well represented. And ideally balanced. The overlapping sweet spots are easily […]

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