Day: April 5, 2020

SIX MUSINGS FROM IRECRUIT EXPO 2013

So the first iRecruitExpo is well and truly over and post event there’s a lot to take in about the state of corporate recruiting. There were the usual core topics such as social and mobile but employer branding got in on the conversation quite often. The opening session by corporate […]

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SIX MUSINGS FROM IRECRUIT EXPO 2013

So the first iRecruitExpo is well and truly over and post event there’s a lot to take in about the state of corporate recruiting. There were the usual core topics such as social and mobile but employer branding got in on the conversation quite often. The opening session by corporate […]

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5 Teaching Strategies to Transform Your Lesson Plans

Today on TeacHHUB.com, we look at some teaching strategies that are designed to transform your lesson plans. The article, penned by frequent contributing writer (and seasoned elementary school educator) Janelle Cox, lays out five ways that teachers can positively alter their lesson plans for the better. Janelle’s ideas include: Use the Goldilocks […]

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5 Teaching Strategies to Transform Your Lesson Plans

Today on TeacHHUB.com, we look at some teaching strategies that are designed to transform your lesson plans. The article, penned by frequent contributing writer (and seasoned elementary school educator) Janelle Cox, lays out five ways that teachers can positively alter their lesson plans for the better. Janelle’s ideas include: Use the Goldilocks […]

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How to Motivate Students: What NOT to Do

Knowing  how to motivate students is one of the hall marks of a teacher’s life. Indeed, if educators have no idea how to motivate students, then the learning process is completely stymied. Today on TeachhUB.com, our centerpiece article deals with how to motivate students. Penned by frequent contributing writer Janelle Cox, who is a […]

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Teaching Strategies to Get Through the Mid-Year Slump

We all experience it: Right when you seem to be coasting along, right in the pocket, comes the mid-year slump. Depending when your school begins, the slump begins anytime between October and December. During this dreaded period, your  teaching strategies will be tested, lessons will be harder to teach, and it will […]

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The PBL Classroom Management Approach

Classroom management used to be a stand-and-deliver operation, with the teacher upfront pontificating on the topic du jour and students dutifully taking notes in anticipation of an upcoming test. That was then, this is now: Educators using project-based learning (PBL) as a classroom management method, in which they act as more of a […]

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The VARK Model of Teaching Strategies

OCT 5 The VARK Model of Teaching Strategies Are you familiar with the VARK model of Student Learning and the teaching strategies contained therein? Perhaps you’re not familiar with it, or perhaps you need a refresher on it. Either way, today on TeachHUB.com, we spell out the VARK teaching strategies and how they can transform your […]

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Classroom Management: Why You Must Pretest Your Students

OCT 10 Classroom Management: Why You Must Pretest Your Students Have you ever pretested your students to help you assess where they stand on the understanding of the topics you’ll be teaching? It’s a good classroom management technique that can certainly help you in planning so you don’t waste time on topics and skills […]

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Classroom Management for the Quiet Ones

Every teacher struggles with the introverts, and how to use classroom management to engage them. Today on TeachHUB.com, new contributing writer Jim Paterson, in an extremely well-researched piece published just today, looks at classroom management methodology for engaging those students who you feel might fall into that category – and whose performance may suffering. […]

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Classroom Activities to Excite Kids About the Future

It’s never too early to get kids excited about the next steps in their academic journey – be it college or a trade school So how do you get kids pumped up about their next steps? Today on TeachHUB.com, new contributing writer James Paterson looks at some creative classroom activities that will […]

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