Month: April 2020

Go Green In Your Classroom

Nothing is a hotter topic right now than than global warming and our universal need to live green. In support of growing environmental concerns, the federal government and many states are funding green schools. Many of these eco-friendly schools are experimenting with everything from solar and wind energy sources, recycled building […]

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Fun Classroom Ideas to Celebrate Family History Month

Throughout October, teachers around the U.S. have been  commemorating family history moth. It’s a great way for students to get in touch with their own identities, and to learn about their classmates as well. Today, TeachHUB.com (and TeachHUB magazine) contributor Janelle Cox visits some fresh ideas for teachers and students to […]

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WHY YOU SHOULD HIRE A MISFIT (OR TWO)

\”Here\’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They\’re not fond of rules, and they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify and vilify them. About […]

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How to Handle the Parent-Teacher Conference

It’s that time of year again – time for the semi-annual parent-teacher conference. Although this type of meeting can strike fear into the hearts of all parties involved (even the students!), frequent TeachHUB.com contributor Janelle Cox today spells out methods for executing a good conference, including the most important factor: […]

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Using Differentiated Instruction for Gifted Learners

Did you know that differentiated instruction strategies can be used to tailor the educational needs of your gifted learners? It’s true – by using differentiated instruction-based assignments, you can meet the needs of each individual learner, and therefore challenge them. Janelle Cox, a seasoned TeachHUB.com contributing writer and a longtime elementary school […]

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Benefits of Technology in the Classroom

TeachHUB.com has long been a proponent of teachers using technology in the classroom. We have been a longstanding supporter of teachers trying new teaching strategies with the latest technological gadgetry at their disposal. Today, frequent TeachHUB.com contributing writer Janelle Cox gives us a reminder of the benefits of using technology in the […]

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Fighting Childhood Hunger in Schools

Schools Fight Hunger is on a mission to bring America’s schools and school families together in the effort to end childhood hunger. Learn about the Schools Fight Hunger organization and find out how your school can participate in this exclusive TeachHUB interview.

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Get “Lost” in Your Lesson Plans

Lost is back and ready to bring some island mystery to your classroom! In honor of the long-awaited last season of the hugely popular show, here are some Lost-inspired lesson ideas across grade levels and subjects. Since Lost watchers are so passionate about the show, it seems like a fun […]

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Get "Lost" in Your Lesson Plans

Lost is back and ready to bring some island mystery to your classroom! In honor of the long-awaited last season of the hugely popular show, here are some Lost-inspired lesson ideas across grade levels and subjects. Since Lost watchers are so passionate about the show, it seems like a fun […]

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Visible Learning Teaching Strategies and John Hattie

Today on TeachHUB.com, we look at some outside-the-box teaching strategies designed to go beyond the norm. Jacqui Murray, a frequent TeachHUB.com (and TeachHUB Magazine) contributing writer, outlines the fresh teaching strategies set forth by John Hattie, a teacher and education researcher. Hattie is a proponent of what has come to be known as “Visible […]

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Area 51

By- Deep Dargan The beginning of Area 51 is directly related to the development of the U-2 reconnaissance aircraft. After World War II, the Soviet Union lowered the Iron Curtain around […]

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