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Inclusion Teaching Accommodations
By: Meghan Mathis
As a Special Education teacher, I struggle every day with how to best accommodate students with learning disabilities in the regular education setting.  How can teachers provide excellent learning...
Student Motivation Tips
By: Jessica Piper
Some kids, whether it is stubbornness, or a mental or physical disability, cannot process assignments and therefore will refuse to work in class. Here are a five simple strategies to get reluctant...
Common Core State Standards
By: Dr. Katherine McKnight
As an educator for over twenty years, I’ve witnessed numerous initiatives to improve the quality of education.  With the introduction of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS),  I think we are...
Classroom Organization Tips
By: Charity Preston
The new year brings with it the opportunity to reflect on what works and what doesn’t in our classrooms.  While many teachers do that on a regular basis with their teaching methodology, when was the...
Back to School Deals
By: TeachHUB Blog
As if we're all not stressed enough about going back to school, now we have to worry about spending money on clothes, classroom decorations, school supplies and all the other must-haves that...
Teacher Team Building
By: Gail Fulford
After more than 30 years of teaching, I have decided that teacher morale, faculty cohesiveness and school climate all have a greater impact on student learning than any other factors. Critical to...
STEM Writing Instruction
By: Cynthia Roberson
The successful integration of writing in STEM classes doesn’t have to be steeped in unease.   In fact, employing a few simple tips over a period of time will allow STEM teachers to build a writing...
Teacher Tenure Infographic
With this infographic on teacher tenure, you'll get a quick guide to the history, statistics and running debate both sides of this hot-button issue. As educators, it is key to equip yourself with a...
Education Masters Programs
By: Annie Condron
Unlike many careers, educators are required to continue their education to move up the payscale and advance in their schools and districts.Here is a quick guide to help teachers choose among the...
By: Samantha Miller
Many critics of Twitter believe that the 140-character microblog offered by the ubiquitous social network can do little for the education industry. They are wrong.   K-12 teachers have taken...

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