Day: April 17, 2020

Online Learning Games Students Love

With kids obsessed with video games and every other flashy technology, teachers and parents have a lot of competition when it comes to educational materials. Rather than fighting a losing battle with video games, it\’s time to start brining gaming into learning. There are a ton of free interactive gaming […]

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Staying Sane Admidst School Insanity

Lately it seems as if every time I turn around, someone (It doesn’t really matter who the someone is…although it always seems to be someone who has never taught before.) is pointing their finger at, blaming or ridiculing the work of teachers. Yet we still need to slap a smile […]

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Why Max Elliot Anderson Writes For Tween Boys

Max Elliot Anderson grew up as a reluctant reader. After his own experience and surveying the market, he sense the need for action-adventures and mysteries for readers 8 – 13, especially boys. Using his extensive experience in the production of motion pictures, videos, and television commercials, Anderson brings the same […]

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Nationalizing Standards?

There are times when my political leanings–my voter registration cards reads \”Libertarian\”–come into disagreement with my educational philosophy, and it can be very difficult to reconcile the differences. It gets worse when my views are tinted by my experience as a scientist. This kind of perfect storm of personal dilemma […]

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Derby Days Video Writing Prompts

K-2: Name Your HorseSuper Saver, Sidney\’s Candy, Mission Impazible, and Backtalk were other horses racing on Saturday. If you had a horse, what would you name it? Draw a picture of your horse and label it with his name. Remember, you can decorate the saddle and number to match your […]

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Three Cheers for Teacher Appreciation

Teacher Appreciation Week is being lauded throughout the web-o-sphere. Can you hear it? Share your favorite moments of being appreciated by students on the TeachHUB Discussion page. Also, check out a few other nice Teacher Appreciation features: Touching blog post on EdutopiaDeals and Freebies on the AppleRemembering an Unbelievable NYC EducatorAuthors […]

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Poverty: The Elephant in the Classroom

Even though in our current educational climate it might seem unpopular, I’m just going to say it —I am getting tired of hearing about Race and Ethnicity in Education. The reason for this could not be simpler: When we talk about the special needs of black and Latino students, the […]

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How Teaching Kindergarten is Like an 80s Song

\”Forever young, I want to be forever young\” ~ Alphaville I grew up in the 80’s. I’m a sucker for 80’s music; it’s sad, but true. Lately, as I listen to my massive collection of 80’s tunes, I started thinking, being a kindergarten teacher is a lot like an 80’s […]

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YouTube Rolls Out School-friendly Video Site

YouTube has been an educational resource with tremendous potential that teachers have been wanting to tap into for years. School bans and content concerns have gotten in the way… until now. With YouTube for Schools, school can block the main YouTube while giving teachers and students access to educational videos […]

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Mistakes on School Websites You Must Avoid at All Costs

A school website acts a conduit between that institution and its students and their parents (even grandparents). Therefore, it’s imperative that a school have a living and breathing website that is easy to navigate, among other things. Today on TeachHUB.com, guest contributor Matt Harrell examines the five most-common school website […]

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11 Back-to-School Activities for the First Month

We’re all already knee-deep (well, maybe ankle deep) into the new school year. Some of us are immersed in chaos, others are already inspiring their legions of 2017-20187 students. Regardless of how your class is coming along, you can probably use some helpful back to school activities to help you along. With […]

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