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By: Kim Haynes
Believe it or not, Halloween is just around the corner. Maybe you’re already bracing for the costumes and the sugar rush, but what if Halloween could serve a useful educational purpose? To prepare...
Teacher Spring Cleaning
By: E.K. Garcia
While “education” and “reform” may have become dirty words, you can reform your classroom into a sparkling, spic-and-span wonderland with a little spring cleaning. Spring cleaning can encompass many...
By: Christine Wojdyla, TeachHUB
Use these free Halloween lesson plan ideas to give your students a fun Halloween movie to watch, while incorporating language arts, science, social studies, and math lessons for all grades.
By: TeachHUB Blog
With the 14-year anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks approaching, now is the time for you and your students to commemorate that infamous day in American history. We've collected some thought-...
By: TeachHUB Blog
Veteran's Day has always been one of those days I never got off school, so I never paid much attention. I'm guessing even those who do get the day off don't give it the attention it deserves. One of...
By: Mario Churchill
Few professions require you to be as fearless as teaching - standing in front of a classroom of children, or worse yet, teens and try to share knowledge day in and out — yet many teachers fear the...
Here are three proven ways for you to learn how to get a teaching job.
By: Donzo Morton
Finding a job teaching in these days of shrinking budgets may be difficult, but there are things that you can do to immediately increase your potential of getting hired. Here are proven ways to...
By: Leah Holloway
Recycling: everyone knows they SHOULD do it; not everyone does. What better place to start green habits than in the classroom?   We’ve all heard (and used) the excuses: it's not a practical option in...
By: Sarah Edson
As educators, we often try to teach our students more than just facts and formulas. Being an avid female runner, there is a certain historical story which holds great meaning to me and teaches a...
Christmas Movie Curriculum Connections
By: TeachHUB Blog
Just because you're showing a movie before the end of term doesn't mean you are abandoning learning. Here are a few ways to get the most educational value out of holiday favorites.


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