Day: April 29, 2020

How to Engage ALL Kids in Reading

One of the greatest challenges facing educators is getting students to be proficient, passionate readers. Surprisingly, the solution to conquering the reading challenge is surprisingly simple… About two years ago, I was working with a school district with a poverty rate of over 70% in a semi-rural area. The teachers […]

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WHY THE FIRST 100 DAYS OF WORKFORCE ANALYTICS MATTER MOST

Presidents, chief executives and senior business leaders all understand the importance of the age-old 100-day benchmark: The first few months in a new position are critical for setting a vision, acting upon your strategy and convincing colleagues that you\’re the best person for the job. While this rule has generally been […]

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Classroom Management: Creating Strong Students, People

Modern educators are charged with teaching the basics, including math, science, and language arts. But today on TeachhUB.com, frequent contributor Jordan Catapano notes that he wants to mold not just academic beings, but to challenge them to become strong people as well. Jordan cites several differences between strong students and […]

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Classroom Activities to Boost Self-Confidence

Self-confidence is a critical part of growing up, and kids who struggle with it constantly question themselves and their own abilities. Fortunately there are ways educators can help. Today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributing writer Janelle Cox, who is a veteran grade school teacher based on the East Coast as well […]

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Video: Learning Retention for the Special Education Teacher

Check out this video that we recently published on TeachHUB magazine, always available for free, in which we outline ways that ways that the special education teacher can increase their students’ rates of learning retention. Not surprisingly, learning retention doesn’t differ that much from student to student regardless of his or […]

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Top 12 Tips to Improve Student Writing

As a student, staring at a blank piece of paper while you’re expected to write an essay can be very intimidating, especially during timed in-class writing and standardized tests. You can put your students at ease with these simple essay prep tips. These tips will outline a simple and effective […]

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