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Three Things about SAMR

Recently I listened to SAMR described in a new way which changed my opinion of its immediate usefulness with educators. When you view popular SAMR graphics you may consider your lesson planning process, how you cannot move all your lessons “up the ladder”… Continue Reading →

My Blog Story #EduBlogsClub

This post is a product of the 30 Days of Blogging Challenge and post 1 in a series of posts for EduBlogs Club. I am participating in a couple of Blogging Challenges to stay engaged on my blog and to mix up… Continue Reading →

Lead Nobody

Have you ever noticed that something is missing from some leaders? Like followers? How did that happen and how can you avoid falling into that same trap? Leaders who do not Lead Some people are in a predetermined leadership role,… Continue Reading →

Real or Perceived Hurdle?

Some teachers are always giving the reasons they cannot do something. Maybe they even share reasons you cannot do something. To engage with each real or perceived hurdle would be exhausting, should you? Is there a better way? How should teachers help… Continue Reading →

Top Ten Posts of 2016

It is the week of the obligatory Top Ten lists of 2016. Who am I to not join in? Here’s a serving of the Top Ten #edtech posts on HotLunchTray in 2016 #edchat Click To Tweet HotLunchTray had an awesome year. Traffic increased from… Continue Reading →

What your TPACK is Missing

The TPACK graphic is compelling. The complex relationship between the demands of teaching are well represented. And ideally balanced. The overlapping sweet spots are easily pictured by experienced educators. How I See TPACK The nature of my job is that I… Continue Reading →

Achievement & Success #BlogAMonth

Achievement is the knowledge that you have studied and worked hard and done the best that is in you. Success is being praised by others. That is nice but not as important or satisfying. Always aim for achievement and forget… Continue Reading →

UX is not about You

As more content moves online the User Experience is increasingly important. Public K12 institutions increasingly offer asynchronous content. And the UX is about the end-user, the student or parent at home. UX is not about the teacher, the designer, or the school…. Continue Reading →

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