Day: April 19, 2020

Top 12 Must-See Teacher Movies

After polling teachers, checking box office numbers, critical reviews and teacher forums, we\’ve compiled a list of the Top 12 must see teacher movies. They appear in no particular order. 1. Dead Poets Society (1989)Robin Williams gives a shockingly understated, touching portrayal of a teacher who brings inspiration to the […]

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How to Teach Math to English Language Learners

Teachers across the country have increasing numbers of English language learners (ELLs) in their classrooms. As a result, teachers need strategies that will help them reach all of their students and ensure that students learn what they need to know. Many lessons in existing curricula are designed for native speakers […]

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3 WAYS MAN AND MACHINES CAN WORK IN HARMONY

Artificial Intelligence, machine learning and cognitive computing are slinking into every nook, cranny and call center of the workplace. But this is not a dystopian future where man is pitted against the evil machine. Instead, the future is much more likely to look like man and machine working in harmony—combining […]

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Teaching Strategies to Build Student Confidence

Some confident learners know how to speak their minds and, therefore, know how to get their point across. But other students who aren’t as confident can feel isolated with their lack of self-confidence, and they might find themselves plagued by thoughts of academic insufficiency. Today on TeachHUB.com, writer Janelle Cox […]

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Curriculum Compacting Teaching Strategies

Although as teachers we often spend our time making sure that everyone can grasp what we’re teaching about, oftentimes we have kids in our classes who have already mastered the curriculum. So what teaching strategies do we use to reach those that already know what we’re instructing? Today on TeachHUB.com, we examine […]

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Plan a Memorable Back to School Night

We’ve been covering all you teachers need to know for your inevitable return to the classroom, and today is no different. A staple of the back to school  schedule is now Back to school night, in which teachers and parents meet, with or without kids, to discuss and preview the school year. On the […]

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Classroom Games: Winter Brain Breaks

It’s been universally proven that brain breaks, or brief intermissions from coursework often involving physical activity, are great ways to split up a day and are beneficial on the mental front too. During the winter, like now, in many parts of the world, when freezing conditions make activities like recess […]

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Sneak Peak: Mrs. Mimi\’s 2nd Grade Adventures

Mrs. Mimi has been sharing her second grade adventures with undeniable wit and endearing honesty on her blog It’s Not All Flowers and Sausages for the last two years, but now she\’s gone big time. Her book by the same name hit stores Sept. 1. Mrs. Mimi and her publishers were kind […]

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