Month: April 2020

The Dad and the Teaching Profession

Studies have shown that male teachers tend to bond more with male students – indeed, research has indicated that participation and inspiration increases for male students when they have a same-gender teacher. So today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributor Jordan Catapano celebrates the male teacher. In his article, he notes that […]

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How to Teach Writing in STEM Classes

Traditionally, the task of turning students into proficient writers has always been considered an English teacher’s job. Therefore, finding innovative ways to include writing in the ELA classroom appears second nature to most English teachers. With the impending implementation of the Common Core State Standards, school districts now expect all […]

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Spice Up Your Class Rewards

Here we are- about half way through the school year and right smack in the middle of winter. This is the time of year when I routinely feel a) so sick of inside recess and the resulting afternoon of madness that I could scream,b) like I have million things to […]

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TeachHUB Lesson Plans Now Free!

For the 2010/2011 school year, ALL TeachHUB MEMBERS will have access to the archive of 500+ Printable Pop Culture Lesson Plans. Pop Culture Lesson Plans are: ~ Aligned to national teaching standards ~ Available for K-12 grade levels and core subjects ~ Inspired by pop culture and news headlines ~ […]

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WHY HR ANALYTICS NEEDS THE ART OF STORYTELLING

Human resources is no longer the “fluffy” side of business. Companies are getting back in touch with the art as well as the science of HR, using analytics for data-driven insights that create real business change. Analytics can provide evidence to support decisions that were once based on instinct and experience, but […]

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10 Things to Do Now to Prepare for Back to School

Although your school’s doors may have closed for the summer, and you’re likely focused on June, July, and August, it’s never to early to start thinking about your triumphant return to the classroom at the end of the summer (not a popular notion today, probably). Today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributing […]

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Mindfulness Classroom Activities

Mindfulness, or the state of being aware of your present feelings and emotions to focus on thoughts, has become a powerful educational buzzword of late. Bringing about mindfulness has a unique on a student’s health and well-being, so it’s no wonder that educators are eager to employ it within their […]

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5 Don’ts for Teacher Professional Development

A professional development session can leave a teacher feeling knowledgeable and excited, or feel like the session was a waste of their time. I’ve had the benefit of working in three different districts; some were very laid back, and others were very uptight. I’ve seen both extremes as far as […]

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5 Reasons to Plan for a Summer Vacation

The importance of educators recharging cannot be underestimated; indeed, given the myriad of stresses of teaching, taking time to rest and get away is just about imperative. However, during those too-short summer months, teachers often take a second job, take professional development classes, or even begin planning for next year. These options […]

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Cool New Online Course Tool

Move over Moodle, there’s a new player buzzing on the online education scene. After hearing about BrainHoney, a new online course software site, I was impressed with how easy it is to use, the drag-and-drop curriculum connections, and the fact that it’s FREE! To learn more about BrainHoney and how […]

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Need Teacher Giveaway Ideas

As we wrap up the Holiday Lesson Plan Giveaway, I want to thank everyone who spread the word and got so many new teachers involved in the TeachHUB community. Now it’s time for some new, fresh fun. We love giving back to teachers with things they need, want and enjoy. […]

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WHY HR ANALYTICS NEEDS THE ART OF STORYTELLING

Human resources is no longer the \”fluffy\” side of business. Companies are getting back in touch with the art as well as the science of HR, using analytics for data-driven insights that create real business change. Analytics can provide evidence to support decisions that were once based on instinct and experience, but […]

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