Many districts are realizing the potential that YouTube learning can have in the classroom. There are lots of great videos and channels out there on 1000’s of topics. I have put together a list of some of my favorite tools to use with YouTube. Some are for the creation end, […]
Hey girl, Ryan Gosling is here to motivate you through those tough days of teaching… If you’re a teacher on Pinterest, you’ve probably noticed that everyone is going pin-crazy over the teacher “Hey Girl” series. These are basically pictures of hot stars “saying” encouraging statements about awesome educators. While there […]
Roxanna Elden, author of See Me After Class: Advice for Teachers by Teachers, reveals how the myth of the super teacher creates unreal expectations for struggling young teachers. This clever, practical presentation will hit close to home for every educator and will help set realistic expectations for new teachers.
By – Karina Sharma Being healthy and fit in simple terms means taking good care of the body. We should remember that a healthy mind resides only in a healthy […]
By- Ekta Sain Looking at the current state it looks like after some time we will be living in a country where we won’t be giving birth to a human, we will give birth to a human who is worse than an animal. This nation is becoming unsafe not for […]
Schools Fight Hunger is on a mission to bring America’s schools and school families together in the effort to end childhood hunger. Learn about the Schools Fight Hunger organization and find out how your school can participate in this exclusive TeachHUB interview.
By- Garima Yadav The establishment of lockdown in India is a big step to fight against the coronavirus. Every day the no. of deaths and patients are increasing even after […]
By- Deep Dargan The beginning of Area 51 is directly related to the development of the U-2 reconnaissance aircraft. After World War II, the Soviet Union lowered the Iron Curtain around […]
By- Rhythm In this digital world when crime gets digitalized nothing worse can happen. A famouse case of “Nth room” was exposed in South korea recently. Nth room case is […]
Cooperative learning can be a powerful tool for energizing a classroom, motivating students, and raising achievement. However, any teacher who’s used cooperative learning knows that it’s not always easy to get kids to work together and stay on task. Sometimes it may even seem like your students would rather work […]
Traditionally, the task of turning students into proficient writers has always been considered an English teacher’s job. Therefore, finding innovative ways to include writing in the ELA classroom appears second nature to most English teachers. With the impending implementation of the Common Core State Standards, school districts now expect all […]
“I’d love to do some professional development, but it’s just so expensive!” If that sounds familiar, take heart: here are some activities that are low cost, but high impact – guaranteed to make you a more effective teacher next fall. Read Your Way to A+ Teaching During the school year, […]
As the sun begins to set on summer break, teachers and students need to get back into the school year swing. It can be a rough transition from summer to a full-time school schedule if you don’t prepare yourself. Are you ready to go back to school? Take this quiz […]
by: Janvi Joshi The nationwide lockdown that brought 1.35 billion people to a stop has apparently caused positive impact on the environment, we can say at least temporarily. From cleaner air to […]
To end the summer with a giggle, I’ve compiled and concocted 20 side-splitting (and maybe a little corny) teacher jokes to laugh our way back around to the weekend.
By- Rohit Kumar Pandey Working from home — some people love it, other people hate it. Regardless of which camp you fall into, you’re likely spending an increased amount […]
My students’ supply list have been handed out, mailed out, and posted on our school website for the last six weeks. The list includes pencils, papers, markers, colored pencils, and all of the normal necessities needed throughout the year. Now that they are all set, it is time for me […]
The first day of school will be here before you know it. Most teachers face the big day with enthusiasm, but they dread the inevitable challenge: what to do on the first day of school. Every teacher’s approach is different. Whatever your goal, here are a few things to try […]
Let our advance worrying become advance thinking and planning”-Winston Churchill “If you believe you can, you probably can. If you believe you won’t, you most assuredly won’t. Belief is the ignition switch that gets you off the launching pad.” -Denis Waitley In the midst of back-to-school madness, it’s easy to let […]
In my nearly 20 years teaching in my district, we’ve had several occasions to protest, trying to make our board of education sit up and take notice. One button read “Grossmont Students Lose With Class Size of 34 to One.” It’s black printing on a bright yellow button. I have […]
It’s easy to feel as if there aren’t enough hours in the school day to properly address all the curriculum expectations that we must teach our students. The challenging part is addressing curriculum expectations in a meaningful way where students are engaged and motivated throughout the lesson. One of the […]
Ahh, being a teacher. It comes with such a huge stigma. No matter who you are or where you live, you feel like you are an expert on what it means to be a teacher. Can you fault anyone for this? Not really. Everyone, even if they only have an […]
Welcome to the 2012/2013 school year! In the spirit of the season, I posted a question to my Facebook Fan Page fans about their professional resolutions for the new school year. There were lots of fantastic ideas posted, but the one I kept seeing over and over again was the […]