Stop Misusing Pandemic Era Teaching Terminology

The pandemic has been confusing enough. The recklessness of educational terminology should not contribute to more confusion. Stop misusing pandemic era teaching terminology. Consider those […]

3 Ways Educators Come through COVID-19

All educators are tired at this point. After a full year of COVID-19 school in 2020-2021 after the  Spring of 2020, educators did not expect […]

Blog Renew

Time for a blog renew for HotLunchTray. In an effort to refocus on serving the target HLT audience it is time to rebuild focused content. […]

If We Go Home Tomorrow

Are you ready, if we go home tomorrow? What do you need to do to be ready for the possibility of being sent to teach […]

Week 3 #8weeksofsummer Blog Challenge 2021

The past year was a year of exceptionalities. We all needed to do different things to survive all the constantly changing demands of education. Let’s […]

Week 1 #8weeksofsummer Blog Challenge 2021

Welcome to the 2021 #8weeksofsummer blog challenge! Wow, that was some school year. What did we just do? Let’s reflect. #8weeksofsummer || Week 1 Blog […]

Revise your Philosophy of Education

Maybe after the emergency learning last spring into the normalized pandemic teaching of this past year your philosophy of education has changed. It is time […]

Research Productivity #TECH6363

Productivity Productivity is often viewed by output alone, but that ignores the input by which the output should be judged. The Harvard Business Review (2014) frames the concept of productivity as […]

Doctor of Education (EdD) Knowledge

Not everyone knows an EdD well enough to ask them particular questions. I had to acquire much of my academic, writing, and how to work […]

Continuing the Work

This is an open letter. I’ve been hearing of a couple of potential state-wide committees (or task forces) to look at continuing the work of […]

Kudos to Alice Keeler

Alice Keeler is a very well known presenter, teacher, and technologist. She has a blog post “DOK 0: Reflecting on My Lesson Today” that I […]

Kudos…to me

Accepting Kudos is something that I’m working on. I was taught as a leader to accept blame and share successes. Moving on from my current […]

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