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

Differentiation in Training

I have been asked to differentiate face-to-face training before and struggled with it. Now, teaching I differentiated all the time for my students… I was […]

When was the Last Time you Tried Something New?

Yes, outwardly this post is about Minecraft – it was the something new that I recently tried. But really this post is about you and […]

Can Blended Learning Wait?

There are no shortages of initiatives in education. Blended Learning is an interesting initiative; this teaching strategy is only possible because of the amazing technology […]

Your Teacher Instagram Account Needs Followers!

If you are a teacher, you know how to make teacher friends. But how do you get social media followers on platforms like Instagram? If […]

Top Ten Servings of the Hot Lunch Tray in 2018

/div> It has been a great year at the Hot Lunch Tray. These are the top ten blog posts by page views. You can compare […]

Teacher Gift {Giveaway} Season

As a teacher, I have received my share of coffee cups, pot holders, and homemade baked goods (with and without fingerprints). And they have all […]

Sharing Blended Learning Strategies

The two bookends of my job are the technical integration/maintenance of our Learning Management System (LMS) and educating others on Blended Learning. That’s a wide […]

Your Invitation to Fail

In the event that a fellow educator mentioned to you that you could fail and it not be fatal, but a formal invitation never arrived … I […]

Tech Integration vs. Blended Learning :: Does it Really Matter?

If educators have been so confused, for so long, about the difference between technology integration and Blended Learning, does it matter? Maybe these terms mean […]

Time for a Change?

Often educational initiatives are pre-measured (read: pre-judged) on how receptive educators might be to the new idea. Will it be perceived as more work? Just […]

Teachers: your Largest Employee Group

In any school or school district, teachers are the single largest employee group. Listen to teachers for the health of any school. Do you listen […]

How to Make Changes Quickly

The more your experience, the quicker your iterations. The need to create updated versions of lessons, classroom structures, and experiences for learners is a constant […]

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