Month: April 2020

Classroom Management: The Modern “C’s” of Learning

Collaboration, communication, critical thinking, and creativity – these four “C’s” of learning have guided and directed the curriculum trajectories of several generations of educators. But as the teaching profession has evolved — especially with regards to technology and all the elements it brings to the classroom – it’s time to […]

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Classroom Management: The Modern "C’s” of Learning

Collaboration, communication, critical thinking, and creativity – these four “C’s” of learning have guided and directed the curriculum trajectories of several generations of educators. But as the teaching profession has evolved — especially with regards to technology and all the elements it brings to the classroom – it’s time to […]

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5 Teaching Strategies to Transform Your Lesson Plans

Today on TeacHHUB.com, we look at some teaching strategies that are designed to transform your lesson plans. The article, penned by frequent contributing writer (and seasoned elementary school educator) Janelle Cox, lays out five ways that teachers can positively alter their lesson plans for the better. Janelle’s ideas include: Use the Goldilocks […]

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Technology in the Classroom: Best-Kept Teaching Secrets

The key to successfully teaching technology in the classroom is to instruct kids to help themselves. By empowering them to become problem-solvers and risk-takers, we’ll also be encouraging them to learn how to troubleshoot technological issues. Today, frequent TeachHUB.com contributor Jacqui Murray examines seven ways that educators can make tech learning fun […]

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Technology in the Classroom: Keyboarding 101

Traditionally, working on keyboarding skills – even those steeped in technology in the classroom – conjures up automated exercises steeped in repetition. And even the slickest  technology in the classroom sites tend to only work specifically on the site. The answer is blended learning, according to frequent TeachHUB.com contributing writer Jacqui Murray, who today […]

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Snapshots of Great (& Unusual) Teachers

In Bill Smoot\’s book Conversations with Great Teachers, he crosses the nation to find teachers in every realm of life, from the K-12 classroom to the circus to the FBI to the Outback. Here are a few snippets from his interviews that show just how much teachers have in common, […]

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Planning Your Super Summer Vacation

Today on TeachHUB.com, the folks at Chalkup dispel the myth that summer vacation is three months of nothing. In actuality, June, July, and August are the prime times for prepping classrooms, re-energizing, and tweaking curriculum. Here are some summer vacation ideas aimed at energizing and organizing yourself for the coming […]

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Dinosaur Scare Video Writing Prompts

K-2: Your Pet DinosaurIf you had a pet dinosaur, what would you name him? Draw your dinosaur pet and write his name under the picture. Bonus: describe in 1-2 sentences a dinosaur game the two of you would play together. 9-12: Learning Comes to LifeThis dinosaur visit is a great […]

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7 Tips for Using Social Media for Professional Development

If you vowed to beef up your Professional Learning Network via social media, you’re not alone. However, for the uninitiated, social media can be a daunting proposition. With that conundrum in mind, today’s centerpiece article on TeachHUB.com addresses how to use social media as a means to expand your circles of professional development. Penned […]

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Top 12 Ways to Enjoy Your Job

You work hourly, daily, continually, and purposefully toward creating a school experience that is satisfying for your students. But what about you? What are you doing to ensure that your school is a wonderful place to teach as well as learn? Here are 12 tips to help you make the […]

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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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