Day: April 26, 2020

Ed Tech: Closing the Digital Divide

For all students, becoming fluent with the use of technology is critical to ensuring their future job opportunities. Yet there exists a troubling technology disparity: a significant number of U.S. students, especially those in low-income households, do not have access to a computer or an Internet connection in their home. […]

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Teaching Strategies: Notes on Being a Tough Educator

Today on TeachHUB.com, contributing writer Jordan Catapano takes a look at that rare breed of educator, the “tough” teacher. You know the type. Tough teachers: Assign lots of homework. Set High expectations for academic performance. Refuse to let students go to the bathroom. But “tough” teachers also know how to push […]

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Teaching Strategies that Create Empowered Learners

Did you know that you can create kids that are motivated and confident? You can – and these particularly enlightened students are often referred to as empowered learners. To create empowered learners, you need to use teaching strategies that can instill a sense of confidence – enough to prep students enough to […]

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Post-Reading Teaching Strategies

Some surefire ways to ensuring that your students achieve full reading comprehension include employing various teaching strategies that prompt students to summarize, reflect, and apply what they’ve just read. Today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributing writer Janelle Cox examines several teaching strategies for teachers to try today to boost reading comprehension, including: Exit […]

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The ABCs of Block Schedule Teaching

Among all the resources teachers wish they had more of, time is always on top of the list. How often do you get to a key point in a lesson – and the bell rings? Block scheduling is meant to address those lost teachable moments that occur when students are […]

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Going Paperless in Your School

While the paperless classroom is not yet a reality, long past are the days when the Xerox machine was a teacher’s best friend. As ‘going green’ catches on with young and old alike, eco-friendly teaching practices have permeated our nation’s classrooms. School districts across the U.S. are evaluating ways to […]

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