Day: April 5, 2020

Technology in the Classroom to Prepare for the SAT

The SAT has long been the bellwether of academic aptitude, a frightening, larger-than-life Frankenstein of a test that, for better or worse, can make or break a young student’s dreams of college admissions. Like it or not, the SAT is taken by more than 7 million people. With that popularity […]

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Classroom Management Using Exit Slips

Exit slips can be a great, informal classroom management technique to measure what students have learned. It’s the last thing students do before heading home, and can be used by educators to plan accordingly for future lesson plans. Today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributing writer Jordan Catapano, who is a veteran high school […]

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Classroom Management to Leave Schoolwork at Work

We teachers are always, it seems, bringing our work home with us. Even when we sit around the dining table with our families, we aren’t mentally far from the lesson plans, ungraded papers, and professional development tasks that are supposed to occupy our minds within the four walls of our […]

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Technology in the Classroom: Great Advancements of 2017

2017 has come and gone, but what an unforgettable year it was, in terms of technology in the classroom. In this past year, innovative developers met the ever-whetted needs of educators everywhere, who sought cutting-edge technology in the classroom innovations that would help them with their teaching of history, math, literature, and more. […]

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Classroom Activities for World Read-Aloud Day

Reading aloud is somewhat of a lost art: Back in the day, you probably sat in a relative’s lap and were read the latest adventures of Curious George – or else you were in class, sitting cross-legged, listening to your teacher use his best voice emulation to read out loud. […]

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Technology in the Classroom: How to Use Augmented Reality

The shiniest new piece of technology in the classroom right now is called augmented reality, and that’s a fancy descriptive term for students learning more about what they see. Here’s how TeachHUB.com contributing writer Jacqui Murray describes augmented reality: “Using reality inspired by their lesson plan, teachers expand it — supersize it […]

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Classroom Activities to Celebrate Groundhog Day

Feb. 2 equates to a national holiday in some classrooms, as eager kids and creative teachers alike wait for a predictive mammal to exit his or her burrow and notice (or not notice) a shadow, signifying either more winter or an early spring. That’s right, we’re talking about Groundhog Day. […]

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Classroom Activities: Use Yoga to Stretch Your Students

Today on TeachHUB.com, we shine the proverbial spotlight on a relatively new classroom activity that’s been all the rage in some classrooms of late: Yoga. Contributing writer James Paterson spells out yoga’s benefits in a well-researched centerpiece article today. He spells out yoga’s benefits for the body: Improves posture, alignment, […]

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Teaching Strategies to Unlock Struggling Students’ Potential

One of the often-overlooked tasks of those in the teaching profession is to assist struggling students and helping them reach their full potential.  Today’s centerpiece article on TeachHUB.com looks at some teaching strategies to we can use to both encourage student growth and help unlock struggling students’ potential. Penned by Janelle Cox, […]

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Teaching Strategies to Foster a Growth Mindset

A growth mindset is one in which the subject believes that he or she can have the ability to learn new and execute things. People (and students) having a fixed mindset, meanwhile, think that they have inherited the inability to learn and do certain things. It’s no secret, then, that […]

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National Conference on Indian Economy: Contemporary Issue and Challenges

Name of Conference:  National Conference on Indian Economy: Contemporary Issue and Challenges Date of Conference: 29th February 2020 Venue: Department of Economics, Parle Tilak Vidyalaya Association\’s Mulund College of Commerce, Mumbai Organized by: Department of Economics, Parle Tilak Vidyalaya Association\’s Mulund College of Commerce, Mumbai URL of the Conference: https://archives.tpnsindia.org/index.php/sipn/issue/view/139 […]

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