Day: April 14, 2020

Teaching Strategies: The Bad Kind of Permission to Fail

There are two types of teaching failures. One is just missing the mark completely; the second is not even trying to hit that proverbial mark. Today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributor Jordan Catapano examines classroom failure and offers up some teaching strategies that teachers can use to avoid an academic disaster. What do […]

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Teaching Strategies to Become a “Listening” Educator

The best educators know that being a good listener is a key tenet of the teaching profession. Teaching strategies that include listening are key to the educational process. So how do we develop good listening skills? Today on TeachHUB.com we examine how to foster good listening skills. Janelle Cox, a frequent contributing […]

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How to Get a Teaching Grant

Now that we’re in the depths of winter (and many of us in the colder regions are anticipating spring already), it’s time to start thinking about how to apply for those coveted teaching grants. Today on TeachHUB.com, we look at how educators can begin to apply for teaching grants. We offer […]

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How to Reduce Turnover in the Teaching Profession

Teacher retention is a big issue within the teaching profession today. For a variety of reasons, it can be difficult to hold on to teachers. Up to 90 percent of vacancies in the teaching profession are non-retirement leaves – teachers that scatter and contribute to the nationwide teacher shortage. Today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributing […]

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