Month: April 2020

Putting a Teacher Spin on Admin

Having completed a Masters in school leadership, I’ve officially taken the first step towards crossing over to the other side: administration. While I intentionally do not refer to it as “the dark side” as many teachers would, I can’t help but still call it the “other.” However, having taken on […]

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Professional Development: Starting a Faculty Book Club

This article originally appeared in TeachHUB Magazine, which you can download for FREE! A faculty book club can be a wonderful way for teachers to get access to professional development as well as bond with other educators within the confines of their school. But book clubs are one of those great ideas that […]

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Should America Extend the School Day?

When it comes to the school day, how long is too long? Educational technology leader, Will Richardson, recently said “If you’re not uncomfortable right now in education, you’re not paying attention”. It is clear that our American education needs to change in fundamental ways. One of these seems to be […]

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Book Talks Advertise Great Reads

What better place to find a spokesperson for reading than in your own classroom? Once a month I invite students to choose a book they read and present a short, 2 to 3 minute book talk. From the start of the school year, it’s helpful for you to model the […]

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Working from Home

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 […]

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My Teacher Survival Kit

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 […]

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Teaching Strategies: The Ten Rules of Writing

By the time kids get to high school, the methods they use to go about writing are often hard to break. Remember that writing is the linchpin, in many ways, of the educational process – all things stem from a well-crafted essay. With that in mind, today on TeachHUB.com, frequent […]

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WHY MICROLEARNING IS BECOMING A MAINSTREAM STRATEGY

It’s taken a while, but the corporate world has started to recognize the power of bite-sized, timely, highly specific training—known as microlearning. These micro-lessons—usually packaged as a 3 or 4 minute video, podcast, infographic, game, whiteboard animation or quiz—give learners what they need to know in a quick and engaging […]

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Summer Vacation: How Pets Can Help Kids Learn

Did you know that pets are a great way for kids to keep learning through the summer months? It’s true! Today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributing writer Janelle Cox takes a look at some of the ways that interacting with pets can help kids learn. Her ideas include: Reading to Pets […]

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Top 10 Teacher Super Powers

In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, we want to recognize the superhuman feats teachers perform every day. Here is the top 10 list of Teacher Super Powers: X-Ray Vision Superman’s X-ray vision has nothing on you. You can see eyes roving onto their neighbor’s test, covert texts, uniform infractions or […]

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The Homework Wars

Kids don’t want to do it. Teachers don’t want to grade it. Experts don’t even know if it has any true education value. So the question is: Is homework really necessary? No thorough answer to the homework question would be complete without the input of students. After surveying 72 students […]

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Turn Parents into Partners

A high school English teacher told me about a student who struggled with analytical writing and avoided it by skipping her homework assignments. The students’ parents constantly pressured the teacher to overlook the missed assignments. A third grade teacher told me the mother of one of his students left twenty-minute […]

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First Day of School Activities Students Love

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 […]

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Classroom Activities About Hibernation

Are you stumped about finding some perfect, wintertime classroom activities that will keep your kids stimulated through the cold winter months? It’s a January-February conundrum for most educators, but with a little creativity, some classroom activities lend themselves perfectly to those cold, recess-less days. To point you in the right direction (NOT toward the […]

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3 WAYS MAN AND MACHINES CAN WORK IN HARMONY

Artificial Intelligence, machine learning and cognitive computing are slinking into every nook, cranny and call center of the workplace. But this is not a dystopian future where man is pitted against the evil machine. Instead, the future is much more likely to look like man and machine working in harmony—combining […]

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The Secret to Classroom Management is Fun Friday

Managing the day-to-day challenges, curriculum, and discipline of today’s classroom can be a monumental task. Simply put, it’s hard to get your kids to do what you want them to do. But there is one almost sure-fire way for teachers to institute discipline, get kids to turn in homework, and […]

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How to Motivate Students Through Choice

Discovering just how to motivate students is a tricky yet necessary challenge for most teachers. Many of today’s educators are learning how to motivate students through giving them a choice. But some teachers will struggle with how to motivate students by giving them choices. Therefore, today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributing writer Janelle Cox, herself a veteran […]

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Use Classroom Games to Build Math Skills

Getting kids excited about math is no easy task. Indeed, for a variety of reasons, many younger students just don’t seem to want to learn it. Luckily, there are a bunch of new games on the market now that are intended to get kids interested in and excited about math. […]

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Help Moving Up the Pay Scale

At TeachHUB, we do our best to help teachers wherever we can, even helping you stay certified, get a raise or find your next role in the Education community. Search for Recommended Local Masters ProgramsGet your PhD or EdD OnlineMake the Most of Professional Development in Your School To stay […]

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Student Athletes: How Much is Too Much?

For the 30 million student athletes in America, sports can be an excellent way for high school students to build relationships, stay in shape and learn valuable skills about teamwork. But high school sports aren’t always fun and games. With scholarship hopes, parental pressures and an ultra-competitive atmosphere, some student […]

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