Real Teacher Blogs

Making Classroom Memories
By: Steve Moore, The Optimistic Educator
What is the one thing you remember about elementary school gym class?   Every so often, a day would come when 20-or-so kids would walk into the gym--...
Japan earthquake teacher story
By: Teaching Around the World
At the one year anniversary, we're looking back on this bloggers experience as an international teacher in Japan during the 2011 earthquake, tsunami...
Visual Learning with Picture Projects
By: Outside the Box Teaching Ideas
A picture is worth a thousand words, but to a visual learner it is worth so much more. Connecting the dots for a visual learner may be challenging,...
By: TeachHUB Blog
There really is a Seuss for all ages... Did you know that Seuss was a major political cartoonist during World War II? He also did animation for the...
Creating a Student News Show
By: Digital Media in the Classroom
As my class and I critiqued our latest episode of our monthly news show, the Ladue View, we compiled a list of some easily correctable, missed steps...
Classroom Holiday Activities
By: Laura Candler, TeachHUB Blogger
Seasonal activities are a great way to actively engage kids in learning, and it’s easier than you might think to create holiday-themed lessons. In...
High-School Students Speak:  What They Want us to Know
By: Meghan Mathis
TeachHUB blogger, Meghan Matihis, shares with us how her students responded when asked, "What is one thing you would like to tell your teachers about...
Digital Identity
By: Web20Classroom Blog
One of the areas of focus for me in my district this year is teaching teachers and students how to take control of their digital identity and turn it...
Teachable Moments
By: Outside the Box Teaching Ideas
While sitting around the lunch table in the teacher's lounge one day, we were discussing a few newly-used educational terms, including the term “...
Do I Need a Pencil For This Midterm? Motivation vs. Personal Responsibility
By: Meghan Mathis
It is easier just to hand the student a pencil for the third day in a row, rather than devise a punishment or incentive to encourage him/her to bring...


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