HotLunchTray

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What if Nobody is Behind?

Since March 2020 educators have worried about students falling behind. It has pushed teachers to work past reason, parents to stress about doing the teacher’s […]

Communication Strategies

How to best structure learning environments is within the control of the adults crafting the classroom experience. Recently classroom environments have been online and face-to-face; […]

Grad School Tools

I am two years into a three-year advanced degree. Often I am tired and wish that I could be more carefree with my time, but […]

Pandemic Grading

Before a parent or an educator becomes too emotional in response to pandemic grading, let us consider the situation… Craft an Intentional Perspective “Unconditional positive […]

The End of “Unprecedented Times”

I stopped using the phrase “unprecedented times” as soon as I could this semester. Because no one wants to hear what they feel in their […]

How to Help Teachers

Teachers Need our Help K-12 teachers are either teaching online, teaching face-to-face, or doing both. Despite what you think you learned last spring, the easiest […]

Week 7 #8weeksofsummer Blog Challenge 2020

This past spring you likely had to flex time like never before in the classroom. Many teacher’s first encounters with asynchronous learning was harsh. After […]

Week 5 #8weeksofsummer Blog Challenge 2020

Educators acquired an immediate understanding of the potential power of educational technology during the COIVD-19 pandemic. While we missed the proximity to and the interactions […]

What Parents say about #RemoteLearning

No doubt, opinions about remote learning are innumerable. Public schooling brings together very diverse families, all with differing priorities. When something as necessary as public […]

Week 4 #8weeksofsummer Blog Challenge 2020

Halfway through the 2020 #8weeksofsummer blog challenge is time to consider a weightier issue. After a summer of protests over racial inequity, how will you […]

Week 3 #8weeksofsummer Blog Challenge 2020

What teachers missed the most during #RemoteLearning was the proximity to their students. When distanced from students teachers could identify real barriers to learning. #8weeksofsummer […]

Summer Reading List 2020

There are two things teachers can prepare for going into the 2020-2021 school year. And the pandemic isn’t really one of them! Sort of. There […]

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