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By: Patty Murray
With the new school year just around the corner, here are 12 inspiring and insightful education-related quotes to help spark motivation and enthusiasm as you head back to the classroom.    
By: Patty Murray
Learning disabilities can create educational and social challenges to those who struggle with them.  Despite their learning obstacles, the following stars are living proof that students struggling...
By: Kim Haynes
We hear about arts programs are being cut in schools across the country, a victim of budgetary restrictions or the need for test-prep time. No big deal, some say. But think again. Students who...
By: Meghan Mathis
Summer’s here at last and you’ve been enjoying all those things you dreamed about during the school year. But as the days pass, you might find yourself thinking about next year…and what you might...
By: Emma Taylor
E-learning, like most aspects of the applied sciences and education, is a rapidly growing and changing field. New technologies are constantly being implemented that let students and teachers better...
In the spirit 2010 countdown, we're sharing TeachHUB visitors' favorite features from the past year. Here are the Top 10 most popular teacher blog posts: 
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:  
By: Jessica Piper
If your students are like mine, they will tell you many things you’d rather not hear, but there are some things they are likely thinking about you and your teaching abilities that they won’t say...
By: Kim Haynes
I know some teachers are doing great things with technology, but I just don’t have the time to figure out what stuff to try!  If this sounds like you, don’t worry!  These 13 time-saving sites will...
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...


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