Day: April 22, 2020

Academic Leadership – Journal

Academic Leadership Journal (ISSN 1533-7812): is a peer-reviewed refereed monthly journal that publishes papers on diverse areas of management such as Human Resource Management, Organizational Behaviour and Organizational Management, International Business, Knowledge Management, Environmental Management, Data Analysis and Decision Making, Technology and Operations Management, Strategic Decision Making, Negotiations and Competitive […]

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The Magic Phrase as a Teaching Strategy

All too often, educators fall into a rut of “Don’ts” when attempting to carry out a lesson plan: “Don’t use commas there. Don’t bore your audience with that intro. Don’t settle for a three-point thesis. Don’t use that quotation there.” But veteran teacher and frequent TeachHUB.com contributor Jordan Catapano notes […]

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Classroom Games Involving Math

Students love classroom games, even as they might detest math. But math is an integral component of society, so its importance can never be underestimated. But by combining elements of games with math, students’ interest in mathematics can be cultivated. Today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributor Janelle Cox notes several math games […]

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Learning From Our Foreslackers

This year, my school will graduate our very first senior class. This momentous occasion is provoking conflicting emotions in the staff, from extreme joy and pride to extreme stress and frustration. In fact, my colleague who teaches 12th grade English has taken to humming “Pomp and Circumstance” at least once […]

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Staying Current with Technology in the Classroom

Given the breakneck pace at which technology in the classroom evolves, it’s imperative that educators keep up with every bit of bandwidth that comes down the pike. But it’s hard to keep up with all this technology in the classroom, right? Rest easy. Today on TeachHUB.com, veteran elementary school educator Janelle Cox (she’s […]

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6 Back to School Tips to Organize Your Classroom

“Let our advance worrying become advance thinking and planning” ~ Winston Churchill “If you believe you can, you probably can. If you believe you won\’t, you most assuredly won\’t. Belief is the ignition switch that gets you off the launching pad.” ~ Denis Waitley In the midst of back-to-school madness, […]

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