Month: April 2020

Teaching Strategies to Learn this Summer, Use Next Year

As the (hopefully) relaxing summer rolls on, filled with inspiring live music and idyllic backyard picnics, we hope you’re also immersing yourself in some teaching strategies to use next year. If you’re not learning new teaching strategies to use next year, we’re here to help! Frequent TeachHUB.com (and TeachHUB Magazine) contributing writer Jacqui Murray, […]

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Classroom Activities: How to Hold a Classroom Debate

Critical thinking skills are something that all teachers are trying to induce in their students. One of the best ways to bring about the use of critical thinking skills is by holding a classroom debate. Classroom activities like debates also get kids interacting and communicating. But how do you get started with […]

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Holy Week and Easter in the time of pandemic

Last April, Holy Week and Easter were marred by the fire in the cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris and by terrorist attacks upon churches in Sri Lanka. This month, Holy Week and Easter seem overshadowed by the COVIN-19 pandemic. Good stewardship of our own health, and love for our […]

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THE STORY OF THE CORPORATE APPLICANT TRACKING SYSTEM

Which came first; the job board or the e-recruitment system?  The Monster Board was first created in 1994 with most of the early ATS vendors not appearing until 1998/9. Since those exciting late 20th century days the market has ducked and weaved all over the place. I still remember Recruitsoft, Recruitmax, […]

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Get a Teaching Job: Common Interview Mistakes

For a while now, we’ve focused considerable effort on TeachHUB.com toward helping current and potential teachers to get a teaching job. It’s never easy, and in these days of budget cutbacks and leaner staffing trends, it can seem near impossible to get a teaching job. And if you do land that coveted […]

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Professional Development: Why Do Teachers Quit?

Why do teachers quit? It’s a perennial perplexing question that has plagues administrators since the onset of education, and it’s particularly thorny in that teachers have a 4 percent higher turnover rate than any other profession. Today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributing writer Janelle Cox, herself a seasoned educator based on the East […]

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Teaching Strategies to Get Students Listening

It’s never been easy to get a classroom full of youngsters to listen to you, and maintaining control of a class is always tricky. One of the worst things that can happen to an educator is having a principal, parent, or administrator saunter in to a roomful of chaotic, misbehaving […]

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Classroom Management: How to End the School Day

Somehow, the end of the school day almost always brings about classroom chaos. Even the best educators fail to use classroom management to ensure that the end of the day is smotth, which can bring about strewn backpacks, yelling kids, running, and other elements of loss of control. But with a little classroom […]

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Classroom Management: Teambuilding Tips

Creating a caring, nurturing classroom begins at the top: With you, the teacher. It’s imperative to use classroom management to foster a warm atmosphere. One way to do this is through teambuilding amongst your students. Today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributing writer Janelle Cox, herself a seasoned educator on the East Coast, takes […]

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WHAT IS A SOCIAL ATS?

If you’re thinking of changing your ATS from yesteryear for something more social what should you be looking out for? So many of the older systems “claim” to be social but posting a job on Twitter is hardly leading edge and unlikely to close off your social recruiting strategy in […]

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Interview Questions for Teachers: Preparing, Rethinking

One of TeachHUB.com’s most-popular topics through the years has been getting a teaching job – whether it’s interviewing, interview questions for teachers, or simply preparing a cover letter. Most of us can still remember the horror that accompanies job interviews and their accompanying interview questions for teachers, and how we answered them. But those questions […]

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Anti-Bullying Strategies to Advocate for Students

Too frequently, bullied students are stuck battling their bullies and the ancillary issues related to it on their own. So today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributing writer Janelle Cox, using a cue for the National Education Association, takes a look at some ways that teachers can be passionate advocates for their […]

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Technology in the Classroom: Complete Class Organizer App Review

Complete Class Organizer helps your students keep their hectic student life on track in handy and useful ways. For more great educational reviews targeted for both teachers and students, download your free issues of TeachHUB Magazine.  Get our review of the Complete Class Organizer>> Teaching Strategies About Being PositiveResearch has shown that […]

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4th of July Jokes, Fun Facts & Classroom Games

To set off a little holiday fireworks of our own, today in TeachHUB.com we introduced some 4th of July jokes, fun facts, and classroom games for all ages! Here’s a sample: What would you get if you crossed a patriot with a small curly-haired dog? Yankee Poodle Make Room for the […]

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Multimedia Podcast: Coping with Stress

In this week’s multimedia podcast, we list out a few ideas that can go a long way toward removing stress from your teaching workday. Learn more in this week’s podcast, from the always-free TeachHUB Magazine. View the Podcast>> Classroom Activities to Help Students Multiply Any elementary educator knows that teaching multiplication is […]

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Teacher Appreciation Ideas for Parents

Parents, when was the last time you showed some appreciation for your kids’ teachers? Not recently, we bet. Well, a little bit of appreciation goes a long way. Today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributing writer Janell Cox lays out some simple ways parents can show their appreciation for teachers. Her ideas […]

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Technology in the Classroom: Touchable Earth App Review

Touchable Earth makes exploring the Earth interactive and fun. For more great educational reviews targeted for both teachers and students, download your free issues of TeachHUB Magazine. Get our review>> Classroom Games that Incorporate Spelling Spelling tests are almost universally despised by students, and there are doubts about the educational longevity of […]

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Multimedia Podcast: A Visual History of Pi Day

This week, we look at the colorful history of Pi Day, a yearly celebration of mathematics if there ever was one. Learn more in this week’s podcast, from the always-free TeachHUB Magazine. Get our look at Pi Day>> Teaching Strategies for Facilitating Collaboration, Change The constant state of change is indeed one […]

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Teaching Strategies: 5 Exciting Ways to Use Pinterest

Social media offers up a variety of enlightening options for educators, but none offers up as much as that DIY social media show-and-tell forum named Pinterest. For the uninitiated, Pinterest is a FREE, all-encompassing website containing thousands of educational ideas, including articles, teaching strategies, website links, blog links, Teacher Pay Teacher ideas, […]

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Get a Teaching Job: Interview Advice

We’ve all been there: The nervewracking teaching job interview, filled with tough interview questions for teachers that are designed to weed out potential non-fits for the job at hand. But today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributing writer Jordan Catapano, himself a seasoned English teacher in the Chicago suburbs, shines a light on some […]

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How to Motivate Students: Three Environments

Do you know how to motivate students to learn? Do you know what drives them? Or what makes them resist learning? Do you know what makes students react to academics the way they do? Today’s think piece, the centerpiece article on TeachHUB.com, takes a look at the ways students approach learning, and […]

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