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

Ace that Teacher Interview

Your first interview for a teaching job or your hundredth? It doesn’t matter so much. Everyone is somewhat nervous for these situations, even the interviewers […]

Jobs at EdCamp

This post is third in the series The Beginner’s Guide to Starting a Local Edcamp. Check out all posts in the series: Who to Involve […]

Edcamp SWAG & Prizes Round-up

Yes, the real reward is the knowledge and connections you make at an Edcamp. Right, but it is fun to get the other good stuff […]

Updating my Online Courses

I published a course back in 2013 {yikes, a while ago} which desperately needed updating. I accomplished a mini-goal of publishing a second course to […]

Your LMS as a 3 Ring Binder

A traditional classroom has many different facets which vary by grade level and personal teaching style. An online classroom can have those same unique stylistic […]

This is me, writing an ebook

You’d be forgiven if you cannot tell. But this is me writing an ebook. Since 2010 I have been writing two things. I have been […]

The Truth about School

The truth about school is it doesn’t matter. At least, not like you think. Maybe I should refine that; for most of the students you […]

Reads for the Coach

Part of my job is to coach educators toward their ideal balance of technology integration and the right blended learning for their environment. My idea of […]

5 Things your Principal Thinks you Know about Technology

For whatever reason, Principals increasingly expect some basic knowledge out of all teachers. Yes, even that teacher down that hall. Use this round-up of basic […]

Out of the Classroom for a While

I have been out of the classroom since 2009. That is a while. A friend recently pointed out to me exactly how long that is. […]

Improve your Communication

The best thing about writing a blog is also the worst thing about writing a blog. My level of communication is laid open for the […]

Where are you Saving your Notes?

There is no anxiety equal to trying to pull together meeting notes on a project/assignment/student when it is crunch time. How many anxiety attacks must […]

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