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By: TeachHUB Interview

Reading is the ultimate pre-req for every subject in education. Where would we be without those kids classics and new faves that ignite students' desire to read and to learn.   To get the behind the binding look at childrens lit, we sat down with Harper Collins children's book editor Laura Arnold. 

By: Randi Saulter and Don Crawford

You touch a flame. It burns you. You learn to stay away from fire. You smile at someone. They smile back. You learn to be friendly. Almost all of human behavior is based on reaction to consequences.   Despite this inherent truth, the trend in education is veering away from using methods of reinforcement or punishment to improve effort, motivation, and behavior of their students.

By: David Sadker and Karen Zittleman

There is a lot of talk about single sex schools these days, but we already have more sex segregation than most of us realize...

By: Annie Condron

Welcome to the Verizon Wireless Western Civ Final As a calculus teacher, Tom Farber solves problems. When administrators at Farber’s high school cut his copy budget from $500 to $316, he came up with a way to pay for his copies: selling ad space on tests...

By: Dr. N.L. Essex

Teacher liability is a critical issue. You are responsible for your own acts that may result in liability charges, so make certain that you protect yourself against avoidable liability suits.    Here are 5 tips that will minimize potential liability suits.