Day: April 20, 2020

WHY MICROLEARNING IS BECOMING A MAINSTREAM STRATEGY

It\’s taken a while, but the corporate world has started to recognize the power of bite-sized, timely, highly specific training—known as microlearning. These micro-lessons—usually packaged as a 3 or 4 minute video, podcast, infographic, game, whiteboard animation or quiz—give learners what they need to know in a quick and engaging […]

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Teaching Strategies to Aid Your Gifted Students

For many teachers, the most difficult part of being an educator isn’t the mountains of paperwork due at the end of the semester, mastering the Common Core State Standards or even disciplining the naughty kids. Rather, many teachers struggle with engaging the gifted students in their classes — the ones […]

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Technology in the Classroom: How to Assess Writing

If you’re like most teachers, teaching the craft of writing is a task that goes across multiple educational platforms: A history teacher for instance, must instruct on how to write a five-paragraph essay, synonyms, plan-revise-edit-rewrite, persuasive essays, letter writing, and more. With this in mind, today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributing writer […]

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Classroom Activities: Discussions With Your Feet

Lively classroom activities like classroom discussions are fun for teachers and students alike, and technological advances have made discussions even livelier. But today on TeachHUB.com, longtime contributing writer Jordan Catapano extols the joys of discussions wherein students physically move around to participate. These classroom activities include games like Cross the Line, a […]

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Asking for Help in the Teaching Profession

NOV 4 Asking for Help in the Teaching Profession Sometimes, the hardest thing to do is ask for help. If you’re in teaching profession, you know this: Perhaps you’ve even told yourself that asking for help indicates a weakness. Or perhaps you think that asking for help is a sign of […]

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Are School Libraries Expendable?

\”Don\’t tell me where your priorities are. Show me where you spend your money and I\’ll tell you what they are.” ~James W. Frick Frick would tell California, and their out-of-control budget, that school libraries are NOT on their list of priorities. When budgets are hurting, arts are always the […]

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