Latest Education News List

By: Dr. Marialice Curran
Teaching Current Events

Teaching current events has always been one of my favorite topics to address in the classroom.  In a recent twitter chat, my fellow social studies teachers were discussing how to teach real-time historical events in your classroom.     Social media has revolutionized how news is disseminated and how current events can be taught in the classroom.

By: Meghan Mathis
High-School Students Speak:  What They Want us to Know

TeachHUB blogger, Meghan Matihis, shares with us how her students responded when asked, "What is one thing you would like to tell your teachers about teenagers that you think they don’t know, but should?”.

By: Kim Haynes
Empowering Students

Giving power to my students? Won't that mean school days full of texting, non-educational movies and zero learning? Maybe not...   Empowering students is not the same as abdicating control of your classroom. Student empowerment is defined as “student ownership of learning.” That is a good way to look at it – helping students take control of their own education. But how do you do that?

By: Joe Baker
Stop Fights In Your Classroom

When you decided to major in education, it is likely that you had aspirations of instilling knowledge in young minds and making a difference in the lives of children. Hopefully, you have had many satisfying and rewarding experiences that have made your career worthwhile.   One thing that you likely did not anticipate was potential violence in your classroom. Here are four classroom management strategies to prevent fighting in your classroom.

Education Quotes from Famous Black Americans

In celebration of Black History Month, we would like to share some strong voices and quotes on education from the African American community.   "The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it away from you." ~ B. B. King