Latest Education News List

By: Krista Sadlers

Looking to liven up your centers? Let your students play games! That’s right, games have educational value. They provide opportunities for students to develop both social and academic skills. Just like working on a project in cooperative groups, interactive games require that students communicate, stay on task, take turns, and rely on higher-level thinking skills...

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By: Mary L. Dennis

If you’re a teacher, you are a character educator. You teach by personal example, in class discussions, in the behavior you do or do not tolerate, and through student evaluation. On a typical school day, there are dozens of opportunities to integrate character into your curriculum. You can underscore character education consistently without specifically teaching a unit on it.

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By: TeachHUB Interview
anti bullying

We recently sat down with anti-bullying activist Jodee Blanco, author of the New York Times Bestseller Please Stop Laughing At Me… and the recently released sequel Please Stop Laughing At Us: One Survivor’s Extraordinary Quest to Prevent School Bullying...

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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. 

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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.

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