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It seems educators are all too quick to jump on any sign of separating students who learn differently and call it “tracking.”

 

Rather than off-handedly dismissing ability-based grouping, we need to rethink the traditional concept of tracking and...

Two big news items about class size and “innovative” approaches to education have our very own Mrs. Mimi, Jennifer Scoggin, sounding off about how administrators are missing the mark and setting students AND teachers up for failure.

Contrary to popular belief, “active engagement” involves more than “hands-on” instruction.

 

When students are fully engaged in a task, they are actively doing and actively thinking. While hands are engaged, minds should be questioning, sorting...

As educators or parents or just as adults, we all acknowledge that there are differences between boys and girls as well as differences between women and men.

 

It is imperative that we acknowledge gender differences in the students in our classrooms and...

We're kicking off our New Year's K-12 countdowns with the most popular education articles that ran on TeachHUB this year.

 

Here are the top 12 TeachHUB Articles of 2009 based on your visits:

 

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Fed up with building pilgrim hats out of paper bags? Try one of these less predictable, equally educational Thanksgiving activities for kids.

Fed up with building pilgrim hats out of paper bags? Try one of these less predictable, equally...

Get your high school students excited about Halloween with these clever and fun lesson ideas for grades 9-12.

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The Super Bowl practically counts as a national holiday, especially for your more sports-crazed...

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For educators, summer vacation is undoubtedly a great perk, but there are 5 big reasons why...

As we look to what the future of teacher tenure may be, it’s important to recognize a few key...

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