Hot Lunch Tray

Serving up steaming scoops of K12 edtech observation, thoughts, and opinions. With gravy.

How You Take Back Your Professional Learning

For the longest time your Grade/Department Chair, or your building Administration, or your school district has directed your Professional Learning. It is time to take back your professional learning as professional learner. Because, despite how you sometimes feel, you are… Continue Reading →

Digital Tootsie Rolls

There is wisdom in the analog classroom. In this age of what to bring with us from the analog to the digital classrooms, we are challenged. Training is not different. What effective practices do we copy as-isĀ into digital platforms? What… Continue Reading →

A New Beginning #blogamonth

This blog is part of the #blogamonth challenge. Join in our community of educators and give your blogging an audience, a purpose, and accept the monthly prompt!   I have struggled with this prompt several times this month and decide… Continue Reading →

In Support & Resistance of #EdTech

Can you identify the support and resistance of educational technology in your educational community? Are you sometimes in support and other times in resistance of #edtech? That actually sounds right. Educational technology is an amplifier of content and task completion…. Continue Reading →

A Promise to My Kid’s Teacher

We are both teachers. Invariably one of us will have more experience. I promise not to lord that over you or be intimidated by yours. A Promise to My Kid’s Teacher #edchat Click To Tweet In the rush of our… Continue Reading →

Educational Non-Negotiables

What are your Educational Non-Negotiables? I use the term “non-negotiables” often on this blog: The good news is I am not your Union Representative I am a fellow educator. But I think it would do us both good to identify… Continue Reading →

Book Report: The Water is Wide

I reread (2005, 2017) this book with advance knowledge of the cringe worthy, sideways glance at every teacher’s first years. I read it knowing that one of my favorite, but most embarrassing, quote at the end of the book hit… Continue Reading →

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