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Classroom Games
By: Glenn Wiebe
With the days of Oregon Trail far behind us, educational video games are not often viewed as a competitive force within the gaming world. Classroom-friendly games that were once so popular amongst...
By: Laura Preble
In the time when smart phones with a trillion apps are the norm, students have started treating teachers like TV sets on in the background of their otherwise engaged classroom lives.   About ten...
With kids obsessed with video games and every other flashy technology, teachers and parents have a lot of competition when it comes to educational materials. Rather than fighting a losing battle with...
By: Lynn Lee
These days stress is the number one killer of relationships and productivity. Stress is everywhere. Even small kids get stressed fast due to peer pressure, pressures from class and the amount of...
By: Michael Mitchell
Remember struggling through math class? Remember learning fractions? For most people, it was not a happy experience. For new teachers facing a room of young faces, teaching math can be just as...
Google for teachers
By: Amber Johnson
It's Google's world, we're just teaching in it. Now, we can use it a little easier. With classes, homework, and projects–not to mention your social life–time is truly at a premium for you, so why not...
If you’re looking for a truly inspiration way to motivate your students to achieve, try this lesson based on Carolyn Rubenstein’s book Perseverance: True Voices of Cancer Survivors.   Using the story...
By: Kim Haynes
Graphic organizer... that’s just a fancy name for a worksheet, right?   Well, not exactly. A graphic organizer is designed to present information in a different, more visual way. These organizers can...
By: TeachHUB Blog
Thanks to all those who entered the TeachHUB Best Dressed Teacher Contest. Everyone looked great!  Here are the five finalists for TeachHUB's Best Dressed Teacher Contest! Check out their photo...
By: Natalie Schwartz
A high school English teacher told me about a student who struggled with analytical writing and avoided it by skipping her homework assignments. The students’ parents constantly pressured the teacher...


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