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

Transition to Kindergarten #Infographic

The transition to Kindergarten starts 6 months before the school year starts. Are you on schedule? #edchatClick To Tweet The transition to Kindergarten starts 6 […]

Narrative Assessments

Maybe it is because we have so many of our students being educated by parents, siblings, non-educators, but the time to bring back narrative assessments […]

Podcasts for the Times: #RemoteLearning

Home Work: Life Balance You may have started to settle into a pattern with your #RemoteLearning schedule. I enjoy less commuting, more time for real […]

What comes after #RemoteLearning?

The K-12 educational world is having a moment. And the only thing we know about moments is that they do not last. Mid-March K-12 districts […]

That #EdTech Boulder you’ve been Pushing…

We know each other.  We have been promoting the power of #edtech together for a while now. We may have met through Twitter, various #EdTech […]

#RemoteLearning Project: Operation Relax

Kindness Rocks #RemoteLeanring and isolation from our teachers {except for overly populated, under-managed video conference calls} makes my boys sad.  We have to find a […]

Prepare for School Closures

As schools either close or think about what closing would mean for them, here are some things to consider.  Schools are struggling with how their […]

PLN Enrichment Framework

Social Media has become an embedded part of every day, sometimes do not intentionally use it.  We may use it without thought or post something […]

The 12 Days of C̶h̶r̶i̶s̶t̶m̶a̶s̶ HotLunchTray

Traditionally the 12 Days of Christmas starts on Christmas and extends roughly through teacher break; however it was celebrated in times of old is fine, […]

Three Emails You Meant to Send

I hold some strong opinions on Email Efficiency for Teachers.  Yes, that is a thing. This article is more about the email that you have […]

Learning in a Course Versus Social Media

Differentiating Course and Community Both coursework and interactions in online learning communities, such as social media, are concerned with literacies.  Song “pluralizes the word” literacy […]

Teacher Holiday Gifts

Don’t forget the Teacher’s Holiday Gifts! Teachers really don’t expect anything, but save them from only receiving coffee mugs and fudge with fingerprints on it.  […]

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