Month: April 2020

The Essential Classroom Management Checklist

Often teachers are told, “You need to do a better job with classroom management.” Or “You need to do a good better job of differentiating instruction.” But how do we really “do” classroom management, or how do we really “do” differentiated instruction…better yet, how do we really “do” teaching? In […]

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"My Classroom is a Hot Mess" Photo Contest

At the beginning of the year, you were brimming with pride at the perfection of your bulletin boards, the splendor of your classroom decor and the clean desks lined inneat little rows (or pairs, or a U, whatever your preference). Now, all that’s left is in shambles. I blame the […]

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Sparking Students’ Creative Thinking

Creativity is unfortunately lacking from many content standards, and yet I feel engendering creativity from all of our students is one of the only ways we’re going to be able maintain the standard of living that this country has gotten a little too comfortable taking for granted. Here are some […]

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Stage Swagger & Swordplay: Adapting Shakespeare for Kids

Brendan Kelso is the mastermind behind the Shakespeare for Kids collection, the book series of Shakespeare plays adapted for children that are creating a young fan base for the Bard. Learn how Brendan’s creative plays are making Shakespeare infectiously fun for you and your students in this exclusive TeachHUB interview. […]

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Fun Teaching Strategies that Integrate Movement

Research continually shows that any type of physical activity increases blood flow, and that there is a direct correlation between movement and learning. So it’s of increasing importance for educators to integrate any type of physical activity into their classroom. With that in mind, today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributing writer […]

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Classroom Management: Ways to Keep Your Class Running Smoothly

Running a well-oiled classroom is something you should always strive to do. Whether it’s scheduling, planning, or creating adaptable lessons, a well-run classroom can seem like an overwhelming thing to strive for. But with a few tips, teachers can use classroom management to run a well-oiled machine. Today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributing […]

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HOW TO ADOPT NEURODIVERSITY IN THE WORKPLACE

Diversity has ratcheted up the boardroom agenda as companies increasingly recognize the potential that a rich mix of different backgrounds, attitudes and experiences bring to innovation and decision making. But most companies are still laggards in the key area of neurodiversity in the workplace, which means hiring individuals that think differently. […]

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Better Classrooms through Professional Development

Today on TeachHUB.com, we again address a rhetorical question: Why is teacher professional development important? Statistically, it’s been soundly proven that professional development greatly increases the effectiveness of a classroom and helps develop better students. Our frequent contributing writer Janelle Cox addresses the important issue of professional development for educators. […]

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Technology in the Classroom: Developing Search Skills

Getting teachers to harness technology in the classroom has long been a passion of ours at TeachHUB.com, and we regularly publish articles explaining to teachers how to use technology in the classroom to enhance their overall academic experiences. With that noble pursuit in mind, today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributing writer Janelle Cox, who is […]

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Test-Taking Teaching Strategies to Share with Your Students

Today on TeachHUB.com, the folks at Chalkupshared with us some teaching strategies in the form of test-taking tips, knowing that standardized test season is upon us. So wit SATs and ACTs aswirl in the minds of kids everywhere, today we look at different time-tested study methods. Today’s studying ideas (and detailed ideas to […]

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Groundhog Day Classroom Activities

In our continued pursuit of bringing you the most entertaining classroom activities and games pertaining to your calendar year, today we look at ways that you and your students can rlly around Groundhog Day for some wintertime fun. TeachHUB.com contributing writer Janelle Cox, a seasoned educator based in Upstate New York, today […]

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15 Professional Development Skills Modern Teachers Need

Besides a legitimate degree, patience, and experience with kids, some recent additions to a teacher’s professional development portfolio have come up. These new skills can put you to the front of the line when it comes to hiring. To point out these new professional development additions, frequent contributing writer Janelle Cox, herself a seasoned […]

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Connect Your Classroom to the Outside World

Including people and experiences outside the classroom has become ever more difficult with budget cuts. But with the cyber world and the U.S. mail at your disposal, you can connect your kids in lots of ways that are inexpensive or free. Here are a few ideas to connect your classroom […]

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PEOPLE OF THE SCREEN AND THE FUTURE OF WORK

Work today can be plagued by two competing problems. One is information and technology overload. Many employees feel that they are drowning in information and serving their technology more than productivity. The second problem is not enough information and too little technology. What is odd is that the same people and the […]

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10 Teacher-Tested Valentine’s Day Classroom Activities

Are you searching for time-honored classroom activities that celebrate the love-filled holiday called Valentine’s Day? If so, look no further than TeachHUB.com today for classroom activities that will have your kids’ hearts smiling with joy. Frequent TeachHUB.com contributing writer Janelle Cox, a seasoned educator in the East Coast, today illuminates us on […]

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