Day: April 21, 2020

HOW TO USE SOCIAL MEDIA TO BOOST EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT

Businesses with higher levels of employee engagement are 21 percent more profitable than those with disengaged employees, according to a 2016 Gallup report. Yet, a jaw-dropping 87 percent of employees report not feeling engaged at work. The stats—and there are plenty to choose from (you\’ll find a comprehensive list here )—may vary in the percentages, […]

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Classroom Activities: Morning Meeting Yoga

As we all know, the morning routine sets the tone for the entire day. Starting the day on a positive note is an imperative. However, a good and often overlooked method of beginning the day is with classroom activities like yoga. Today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributing writer Janelle Cox, who also is […]

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Classroom Games that Incorporate Spelling

Spelling tests are almost universally despised by students, and there are doubts about the educational longevity of what students retain after the test is administered — many teachers contend that students forget how to spell the words soon after the test is over. But with a little creativity – in […]

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Using Skype in the Classroom

Imagine taking your class on an \”around the world\” field trip or having your favorite children\’s author lead today\’s read-aloud. You can do both of these and more without leaving your classroom thanks to Skype. Skype is free communication software that allows you to make calls, instant message and video […]

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Top 5 Start of School Myths

Because of the somewhat mythical nature of the first weeks of school, there exist many \”old wives\’ tales\” and bits of wisdom that are constantly recycled by veteran teachers, instructional books, and (worst of all) pre-service workshops taught by Master Teachers. In the interest of clearing up misconceptions and righting […]

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Technology in the Classroom: 15 Useful #Hashtags

Today on TeachHUB.com, guest contributing writer Kelvin Fogarty takes a look at some emerging technology in the classroom, in the form of #hashtags on Twitter. Specifically, Kelvin looks at the 15 most useful #hashtags in education today. Kelvin’s list, and explanations of each, includes: #edreform #mlearning  #astronomy  And More! What #hashtags […]

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