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Inspiring Teacher Stories
By: Adam Waxler
Real life teachers offer inspiration to students every day. Great teachers give students confidence and knowledge that goes beyond simple education. Here is a list of real-life teachers, some famous...
Student Centered Lessons
By: Kim Haynes
Kids are fascinated by themselves – it’s a natural part of their development. So why not take that fascination and use it to stir up a little enthusiasm about your subject matter? Here are 12 ideas...
By: Annie Condron
As a pick-me-up for the pre-Spring Break stretch, we want to recognize the superhuman feats teachers perform every day Here is the top 10 list of Teacher Super Powers:
Presidents' Day Classroom Activities
By: Kim Haynes
In honor of Presidents' Day, TeachHUB compiled a list of the Top 12 creative lessons and classroom activities relating the presidents and White House history.
Snap Out of a Teaching Slump
By: Kim Haynes
It’s that time of year again. The months between winter break and spring break can feel like the longest days of a teacher’s life. But don’t despair! Here are some ways to snap yourself – or your...
Classroom Games
By: Annie Condron
Match the human rights activists to their inspirational words.  Then use the quotes to foster classroom discussion!   "A dream you dream alone is only a dream. A dream you dream together is reality."
Top Education Articles of 2011
By: Patty Murray
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 2011 based on your visits:
Teacher Quotes
Some of our most fun features on TeachHUB are on the Teacher Community page. Teacher share their favorite quotes, stress buster tips, goals as educators, and one-of-a-kind stories. As 2011 is coming...
teacher gifts
By: TeachHUB Blog
As I learned on the blog last year, teacher gifts can be as surprising as a calm, quiet classroom the Friday afternoon before a vacation. Some gifts you just could never see coming.   Here are some...
Math Anxiety
By: Laura Candler, TeachHUB Blogger
Students often fear math word problems, and feeling intimidated means they can’t relax and apply what they’ve learned to even the simplest problems. The resulting brain freeze serves to reinforce the...


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