Day: April 15, 2020

HOW TO ADOPT NEURODIVERSITY IN THE WORKPLACE

Diversity has ratcheted up the boardroom agenda as companies increasingly recognize the potential that a rich mix of different backgrounds, attitudes and experiences bring to innovation and decision making. But most companies are still laggards in the key area of neurodiversity in the workplace, which means hiring individuals that think differently. […]

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Classroom Management to Turn Parents into Partners

Many teachers believe that the key to the proverbial educational castle is parental involvement. In theory, teachers strive to include parents at every step of the educational process; but in reality, many “Don’t take the necessary classroom management steps to reach out to parents and make them partners in their children’s education,” says […]

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Classroom Management: 6 Authentic Assessment Tools

Assessments, or the way that educator measure how well kids are learning and, therefore, how we can predict they will perform in future academic endeavors, have become an integral part of education reform. Today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributing writer Jacqui Murray outlines several new methods through which teachers can assess […]

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Examining How Sleep Leads to Better Grades

Study after study has shown that not getting enough sleep can affect just about every aspect of a person’s life, from driving to working to even studying. Above all, studies show that in young people, the importance is of sleep is paramount. Today on TeachHUb.com, frequent contributing writer Janelle Cox  tackles […]

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