Month: April 2020

Teaching Strategies: How to Save Money

Since the onset of time, teachers have been looking for new and creative ways to learn how to save money. Schools these days are underfunded, which means that many teachers are forced to buy their own supplies. Today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributing writer Janelle Cox makes a few suggestions educators can use […]

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Teaching Strategies for Better Bulletin Boards

Teaching strategies in the form of colorful, eye-catching bulletin boards are not just great ways to decorate your class. In fact, teaching strategies in the form of bulletin boards can help generate excitement, get kids to appreciate hard work, and make them appreciate the hard work of their peers, too. Today on TeachHUB.com, […]

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Teaching Strategies that Explain the Supreme Court

In this politically tumultuous time, a presidential election year when even the safest of political discourse becomes controversial, it’s imperative that your students, no doubt bombarded with rhetoric from all directions, understand how the political process works. With a Supreme Court vacancy now leaving the nation’s highest court down a […]

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5 Don’ts for Teacher Professional Development

A professional development session can leave a teacher feeling knowledgeable and excited, or feel like the session was a waste of their time. I’ve had the benefit of working in three different districts; some were very laid back, and others were very uptight. I’ve seen both extremes as far as […]

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BYOD, BYOA AND THE FUTURE OF WORK

The other day I was with a team from a large multinational company. The team was preparing a presentation for the executive committee, and one of the team members proposed using a presentation tool he liked and was good with. But the other team members pointed out that the tool […]

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Presidents’ Day Classroom Activities

Honoring the chief executives of the United States isn’t just a patriotic thing to do, it can also be a meaningful classroom activity for the kids on your class. With that in mind, today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributing writer Janelle Cox, herself a seasoned educator on the East Coast, takes […]

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Technology in the Classroom: Campuseek App Review

Campuseek will help you organize your thoughts immensely when you’re looking for the right college. For more great educational reviews targeted for both teachers and students, download your free issues of TeachHUB Magazine.  Get our Campuseek review>> 10 Teaching Strategies to Improve Writing Written communication is perhaps the important cornerstone of contemporary […]

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Teaching Strategies to Deal with Disrespectful Parents

It’s a problem as old as education itself: The Perennial Problem Parent. Each year, it seems, we need to use inventive teaching strategies to deal with an unreasonable parent. But with a little forethought, you can overcome this issue. Today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributing writer Janelle Cox, herself a veteran elementary educator […]

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Dyscalculia and Other Uncommon Learning Disabilities

Almost 2.5 million American students suffer through what can be diagnosed as a learning disability like dyslexia. These disabilities can hinder a student’s abilities to read, write, spell and speak – and often go undiagnosed. But dyslexia isn’t the only learning disability from which kids suffer. Two other  examples are dysgraphia and dyspraxia.  Learn more about the rare learning disability dyscalculia, and […]

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9/11 Teaching Resources

With the 11-year anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks approaching, now is the time for you and your students to commemorate that infamous day in American history. We’ve collected some thought-provoking activities, writing prompts, teacher-recommended resources and lesson plan sites to help you out.

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Classroom Management: 9 Free Virtual Field Trips

Virtual field trips have become an excellent classroom management idea for teachers and schools that don’t have the budget to take real field trips, or who can’t hit the road with their class for other reasons like insufficient staffing. To pull off taking a virtual field trip, you class only needs a […]

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Back to School: Top 5 Grammar Tips

No one can dispute the importance of grammar, and at this important back to school juncture, it’s a good time to revisit the rules of the written word. A clear link can be drawn from grammar to professionalism, becoming an intellectual, and attention to detail – all of which will help students […]

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How Parents Can Prepare for Back to School Time

In our ongoing series about planning for going back to school, today we examine the ways in which all moms and dads can get ready for the inevitable – the first day of school. It’s a stressful time for kids and parents alike, but with our guide on how to prepare, teachers and […]

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Technology in the Classroom: A Look at Google Classroom

Teachers entranced with using the latest and greatest technology in the classroom were excited when tech titan Google announced its latest rollout, Google Classroom. Designed to help teachers and students alike go (more) paperless and enjoy ease of sharing documents, Google Classroom was rolled out to select educators this week. In today’s […]

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Technology in the Classroom: Ways for Teachers to Connect

21st-century educators can enjoy the spoils of new technology in the classroom to communicate and learn. From social media to Google docs to Goodreads.com, many good websites (most free) offer teachers easy to opportunities to log in and connect with other educators. Today’s article gives an overview of the myriad of ways that […]

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Back to School: TeachHUB.com’s Ultimate 5-Week Prep Guide

This week we launched a content-packed feature dedicated to help teachers return back to school by preparing them. Today, our back to school feature series includes articles on starting a blog, icebreaker activities, a pre-planning checklist, and how to create a helpful bulletin board. Check back to TeacHUB.com each day during the next five weeks to learn […]

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THE FUTURE OF WORK: HOW TALENT MANAGEMENT IS POWERING THE KNOWLEDGE VALUE REVOLUTION

The cultural, technology and generational shifts taking place in today’s workplace highlight how critically important it is that traditional human resources management continue to move not only toward integrating talent management processes, but also the notion of making these processes – and the technology that facilitates them – more employee-centric. These are not […]

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Classroom Management: Developing Clear Rules, Expectations

A lack of set rules and expectations can bring about a chaotic class. Indeed, without adhered-to guidelines, the learning environment can bring about loads of inappropriate behaviors. But how does an educator develop and carry out a series of rules and expectations? Today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributing writer Jordan Catapano, […]

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5 Reasons Summer Is Overrated for Teachers

Sure, the months of June, July, and August are three big reasons why the teaching profession is so rewarding and worthwhile (there are plenty of other reasons, of course). But recently on TeachHUB.com, we took a contrarian view of that mindset and determined that there are several detrimental reasons that […]

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