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Updated by Penny Christensen on Mar 30, 2021
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Learn to Teach Online

From March 2020+ all K-12 teachers have learned many lessons.
Which of these is your favorite?

Source: https://www.hotlunchtray.com/what-if-nobody-is-behind/

Introduce Yourself to your Online Classroom | Hot Lunch Tray

The introduction is the start of your Social Presence in your online classroom. If you are a novice online educator you may be especially concerned. Allow me to share two methods for K-12 educators to enhance your social presence in your online classroom. 

Teacher Presence in the (Online) Classroom | Hot Lunch Tray

As the online opportunities increase, do you know how to create Teacher Presence in the online classroom to promote student engagement? 

Show Blended Learning in a Lesson Plan | Hot Lunch Tray

How can your lesson plan make it clearer to your observing administrator the totality of what is going on in your classroom?

Your T̶e̶a̶c̶h̶e̶r̶ Debt Collector | Hot Lunch Tray

We can extend all the grace we like in our virtual classrooms, but the disconnect between our deepest selves and what we do daily is broken for many of us. It isn’t about how kindly we treat each other as much as the hole left from the lesson not given, the improvement not made, the missing connection over joyful work in our classrooms. Many teachers are mourning for more than what is not, but also who they are not able to be right now.

Pandemic Grading | Hot Lunch Tray

Don't worry about Pandemic Grading; instead worry about intentionally crafting unconditional positive regard for each other.

A Blended Learning Workflow | Hot Lunch Tray

Teachers who are not fluent in Online or Blended Learning environments need a variety of sample workflows to start to picture their students, with their content, navigating through the online versus face-to-face components of a class they teach.