Day: April 11, 2020

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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Technology in the Classroom: Students Are Not Experts

Although teachers often think that their students are much more technologically proficient than they are, that’s usually a false premise. In fact, most students just know enough technology to get by – they don’t know enough about it to really thrive. Today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributor Jordan Catapano compares student […]

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Effective Strategies for Improving Teacher Morale

Attention school administrators! Today we are helping you out on TeachHUB.com! Our centerpiece article today looks at how school administrators can improve teacher morale at their schools. Written by Janelle Cox, a veteran elementary school educator based in Upstate New York, the article mentions several ways that administrators can include teacher […]

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Teaching Strategies for Disrupted Lesson Plans

Disruptions are a regular part of a teacher’s day, as is recovery from them. Whether it’s an ill-timed fire drill, or an unexpected guest at the classroom door, educators need to have an array of teaching strategies at the ready to keep students engaged in a post-distraction timeframe. Today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributing […]

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