Michael Reis from Teaching with Technology hit the nail on the head when he wrote, “Facilitating a rich discussion is a challenge, whether it’s online, face-to-face, synchronous or asynchronous.” We couldn’t agree more, so when he shared his insight on using
Lecturing students doesn’t ensure they will remember anything you say, and it’s important to apply material to the real-world to give students context. A more ambitious idea? Turn the material you want to teach into a collaborative, interactive, global project!
Adding humor to lesson plans can make students more engaged, and remember more information. However, some educators are unsure if their jokes will make sense to students. Will they think it’s funny? Will they really remember more of today’s lesson? An
If you’re looking to give your students more feedback on their speaking performance in class, Aventuras Nuevas has the perfect tool to use. Aventuras Nuevas wrote a blog about the struggles of evaluating each student’s work, specifically oral presentations, and
A professor of education at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education is stirring the pot with his thoughts on closing the achievement gap. Thomas Kane thinks the education system could benefit from having a similar government agency keeping tabs on, similar
It’s March, and you know what that means, Women’s History Month is here! There are many ways that you can incorporate women’s history month-themed activities into your classroom to celebrate. TeachHUB gave us a head start on brainstorming topics and
Like many of your fellow educators, you promised yourself that this was the year to “up your game” in the classroom. You wanted to learn from those who excel in the professional world and still have time to live life