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Your Invitation to Fail

In the event that a fellow educator mentioned to you that you could fail and it not be fatal, but a formal invitation never arrived … I have something for you. The HotLunchTray requests your presence at your next big failure. The HotLunchTray… Continue Reading →

Teachers: your Largest Employee Group

In any school or school district, teachers are the single largest employee group. Listen to teachers for the health of any school. Do you listen to teachers in your school or district? Are teachers listened to in your school or… Continue Reading →

Time for a Change?

Often educational initiatives are pre-measured (read: pre-judged) on how receptive educators might be to the new idea. Will it be perceived as more work? Just one more thing? Are leaders willing to back the initiative? Is it really time for… Continue Reading →

6 Steps to Understand Blended Learning

Blended Learning is a term whose high usage threatens to obscure its meaning. Unless you understand Blended Learning for yourself. Let’s break it down to 6 steps. Take these 6 Steps to Understand Blended Learning #edchat #blendchat Click To Tweet… Continue Reading →

How to Make Changes Quickly

The more your experience, the quicker your iterations. The need to create updated versions of lessons, classroom structures, and experiences for learners is a constant pressure in education. With any strategy, idea, or educational technology tool your experience has benefits…. Continue Reading →

Week 4 of 8 🍍 #8weeksofsummer Blog Prompt: How do you Lead/Follow?

Welcome to the #8weeksofsummer blog challenge. All educators welcome, join us and reflect on your practice during this built-in break for refreshment and reflection. Make sure you complete all the weeks and keep posting through July to enter in the drawing for… Continue Reading →

Here Comes Transparency

Educational technology offers a new lens through which to examine educational practices. Historically the teacher was both knowledge and pedagogical authority. Likewise, teacher reporting was the largest factor in measuring students performance. By adding technology to classrooms, subjective measures of… Continue Reading →

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 teach, the content you teach matters less than how you teach. Students are already half-formed… Continue Reading →

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. That same friend insinuated that other things have changed, but I am not too sure… Continue Reading →

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