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By: Kim Haynes
Maybe you’ve heard about the Theory of Multiple Intelligences, but you’re not sure how it works in your classroom. Maybe you’ve never heard of it, but you know some of your students are smart in ways...
By: John Davis Jr.
As the new school year begins, there are plenty of rituals that teachers observe:  the trips to office supply stores for those things that we “need” in the year ahead, the faculty meetings to...
By: Annie Condron
It's that time of year where countdowns are everywhere, so we're here to share the most popular education articles that ran on TeachHUB this year.  Here are the top 12 TeachHUB Articles of 2009 based...
By: Annie Condron
With the 2.0 teaching community getting bigger by the day, there are endless options to look for lessons.     You can gain the expertise of veteran teachers, the resources of major news agencies, ed...
By: Kim Haynes
Curiosity may have killed the cat, but it can also peak the interest in your students and engage them in your lessons!  If you didn’t catch the Sherlock Holmes movie over the break, you probably saw...
By: Kim Haynes
Everyone wants teachers to use technology. But you're busy -- meeting standards, prepping students for tests -- and maybe you’re not too fond of computers, anyway. Never fear – there are easy ways to...
Teacher Books
By: Kim Haynes
Let’s face it – by the time "Back to School" rolls around, you're already out of time to make adjustments and improvements for the new year.  Here are 12 books for summer reading that will ensure you...
By: Jacquie Ream
As a student, staring at a blank piece of paper while you’re expected to write an essay can be very intimidating, especially during timed in-class writing and standardized tests. You can put your...
By: Kim Haynes
Younger children love the "make believe" of pretending to be grown up. Teens who are less interested in school may respond to a dose of “real life” reality. No matter how old your students are, here...
Math Facts
By: Randi Saulter
As teachers of all grade levels know very well, it is extremely difficult to teach students higher order math algorithms when they are not fluent with their basic facts (addition, subtraction,...

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