Day: April 23, 2020

5 Strategies to Teach Social Responsibility

What does it mean to teach for social responsibility? At Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility, it means intentionally teaching young people to understand themselves, each other, and the world. We help teachers create classrooms where students can air and solve conflicts, discuss controversial topics, have a say in what […]

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The First Day of School in a Whole New World

Today on TeachHUB.com, noted blogger Myree Conway takes a look at an idyllic, make-believe, magical school where “The pleasant aroma of freshly baked cookies coffee would waft from the teachers’ lounge, where your colleagues would be working harmoniously side-by-side as perfect-pitched, singing butterflies gently hovered over their heads.” It’s a […]

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The Attention Dimension

Why teachers are key for ADHD students – and tips for helping  Ever wonder what to do with kids in your classes that have ADHD? They can be frustrating, for you and the other kids in your class. Often, they can derail an entire class for an entire hour – […]

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Post-Holiday Classroom Activities

Many teachers struggle with re-energizing their classrooms after the holidays. Students are excited to be back with their friends, for sure, but they’re also still stuck in that twilight zone of late bedtimes and altered eating times, among other changes that happen anytime a lengthy break from school occurs. Today […]

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Top 12 Olympic Lessons & Classroom Activities

To help you make the Olympics a learning experience in your classroom, I thought I’d share my favorite Olympics-inspired ideas for lessons, classroom management techniques and fun activities. Olympics Poetry – Language Arts/ EnglishList 7 pairs of Olympic-themed rhymes. It could do with your sport, athletics, competition, international relations, patriotism, […]

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Overcoming Barriers to Technology in the Classroom

It’s important to have parity in your school, and in your class, especially with regards to technology in the classroom and the use of it. The problem resides in that some classes and schools simply don’t have all the technology in the classroom resources that others do. Today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributing writer Janelle […]

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Top 12 Ways to Start the School Year Off Right

As you gear up for the new school year, you have a chance for fresh positive start that will motive students and get you, your students and their parents working together from day one. Whether you want to inspire your students, encourage reading, reach out to parents, or form a […]

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