Annenberg Media - A Biography of America
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Stanford scholar Bertrand Patenaude tells the story of American relief for Soviet Russia 1921-23 famine - perhaps the first time a government charity was extended to a foe.
This map shows Flags of every country in the world. Flag description produced from actual flags or the best information available at the time the entry was written. The flags of independent states are used by their dependencies unless there is an of...
Open Yale Courses provides free and open access to a selection of introductory courses taught by distinguished teachers and scholars at Yale University.
Vocabulary.com helps you learn new words, play games that improve your vocabulary, and explore language.
Full text and audio database of Top 100 American Speeches by Rank Order
Back in August, we told you about a free course on artificial intelligence being offered by Stanford University, and co-taught by two world-renowned AI experts.
Conventions of a number of the States having at the time of their adopting the Constitution, expressed a desire, in order to prevent misconstruction or abuse of its powers, that further declaratory and restrictive clauses should be added: And as exte...
In this teacher video, education author Roxanna Elden reveals how the myth of the super teacher creates unreal expectations for struggling young teachers.
Hey girl, Ryan Gosling is here to motivate you through those tough days of teaching...
In Steven's Web20Classroom blog, he shares his top 5 favorite teacher tools on YouTube.
Video Writing Prompts: Inspired by Batman & the Dark Knight Rises, your students can explore their brainstorming ability, building gadgets, conclusions and sacrifice.
Here are twelve ways to stay cool and keep learning alive during those steamy summer months.
Find out the top 10 video apps that all teachers will love, straight from our Digital Media in the Classroom blog.
This education article shares simple strategies to integrate 21st century skills into everyday instruction, starting with the science classroom.
Our Teach on the Edge blogger shares her unique tips for teachers to use pinterest as a teaching, school and marketing tool.
Get your students in the game with these Olympics - inspired ideas for lessons, classroom management techniques and fun activities.
With this exclusive excerpt, TeachHUB readers get a sneak peek inside the 2012 book "Finding Superman" that reveals the unlauded success stories of educators in "Waiting for Superman" and ways to stop waiting for Superman and find him in our schools.
To kick off this holiday weekend, we want to spread a little patriotic pride with awesome 4th of July jokes, fun facts and games for all ages.
Here are some activities that are low cost, but high impact guaranteed to make you a more effective teacher next fall.
From the Web20classroom blog comes a handy guide for teachers who want to start their own blog or a classroom blog.
This list shares the top 12 most surprising celebrity who were once teachers.
Disney's 'Brave' inspires teachers and students with these video writing prompts regarding comparisons, family expectations, arranged marriages and more.
In TeachHUB's "School Adventures" series, North Carolina's Andrews Aviation Academy's first graduating class of future pilots and engineers are celebrated.
Lisa Mims shares a crucial reminder for fellow teachers: don't blame your students for their parents' behavior. Students do not choose their parents.
Below is a list of six commonly asked teacher interview questions and the tips you'll need to answer them and land your dream teaching job.
The following tips and tricks are designed to take some of the headache out of your search, by giving you some guidelines on steps you can take to land your ideal teaching opportunity.
This list of the top 12 things teachers miss during the summer captures the small things that make you love your job.
In this quiz, teachers answer questions to reveal their summer persona.
With this creative list of 40 alternative assessments ideas, your students can prove their knowledge and skills in a way that makes learning fun and engaging.
For Father's Day, here are dad-themed writing prompts based on the funny "Dad's Life" video.
An educator shares a heartfelt experience that taught her an unexpected lesson and showed her the importance of establishing a classroom community.
This study on the behavior of consumers will jump start a self reflection activity based on your students' material possessions.
While great as a learning tool, infographics can also illuminate some hard-hitting issues in education. Check out these teacher-related infographics!
What are the odds? Using figures from real life lotto winners, practice problems about the probabilities and percentages that come with games of chance.
The TeachHUB Student Book Club Guide includes a PDF handout to get students and/or parents started in creating, organizing and LOVING their book club. It also includes a sign up sheet.
This education article provides teacher - favorite educational time-filles for the end of the school year that students love!
Students learn about the escaped penguin from a Tokyo aquarium and practice their time management skills as a fictional aquarium worker.
As the state tries to grapple with massive unfunded pension costs, Illinois teachers unions are protesting bills and proposals that could make pension changes without negotiation or input from unions.
In this teacher blog, Mr. Z shares his favorite online teaching resources for science, math, social studies and English / language arts.
While there is no magic answer or easy solution, here are four tips on how to deal with students' deficient work habits and late / missing homework.
As a follow up to my recent blog post detailing my classroom design and seating chart tips, I'd like to also share some of my co-workers brilliant classroom design strategies.
In this education article, veteran teachers and ed tech experts share tips to modernize your literacy education for modern students' needs and integrate technology in your classroom.
Using this memorial day tribute video, your students can consider the experiences, sacrifices and bravery soldiers make to protect our country.
For better or worse, some lessons are disappearing from the curriculum. Here are 12 things you learned in school that may not be taught today:
Feeling frustrated in the classroom and counting down the days til your next break? Take comfort in knowing you're not alone with a poem by Roxanne Elden.
This reading instruction strategies helps teachers introduce more difficult texts to student in any subject and ensure deeper understanding.
Based on Amy Poehler's commencement speech at Harvard, you and your students can explore future dreams, the value of teamwork, improvisation and how point-of-view affects ideas.
As this school year draws to a close, it is the perfect time to prep for a super organized start to the next school year... and I'm starting by creating binder bliss!
Teacher and ed expert Laura Candler shares her 12 ways to keep students motivated and learning at the end of the school year.
Teacher and blues aficionado Jon Schwartz shares her passion for music, teaching, and the details about his first grade blues band in this exclusive TeachHUB interview.
The US Department of Ed is giving people a platform to thank teachers for Teacher Appreciation week. Check out these videos from celebs from the small screen, government and educational entertainment industry.
Here is a list of 26 teaching blogs that cover grades K-12, ed tech and more:
Excerpt: In a time when teaching to the test seems to be stifling student creativity, Tony Wagner reveals how to prepare your students to be the next generation of innovators in his new book Creating Innovators.
This teacher blog posts shares online resources and easy tips for incorporating fine motor activities into every day instruction.
Students take on the role of international journalists, preparing interview questions for the newest UK monarch as she celebrates the first anniversary of her royal wedding.
Here are a few snippets from Bill Smoot's interviews from "Conversations with Great Teachers" that show just how much teachers have in common, no matter who, where, what or how they're teaching.
Teachers, show off your talent with the TeachHUB Teacher Talent Contest for your chance to win $1,000.
In this teacher blog, Mr. Z reveals the educational power of Ted Talks.
The one teaching tool in my educator arsenal is called ‘Teach Me.' Simply, Teach Me is when the teacher lets the student teach a concept to them.
Organized Teacher Blog writer Charity Preston shares three simple ways to differentiate using content, process, or product. These strategies work for even the busiest teacher.
Using the video of the Discovery Shuttle being flown over Washington D.C., teachers can spark writing activities and discussions for students of all grades.
In this Outside the Box Teaching blog, Myree shares her journal activities for all subjects and tips for getting students engaged in writing.
When grading overload's got you down, give these time-saving assessment strategies a try in your classroom.
In partnership with American International College, the K-12 Teachers Alliance is sponsoring a 5K that will highlight the great importance of our PreK-12 educators in both children's lives and in our communities with cash prizes and school donations.
Educator Pernille Ripp shares her belief on how becoming a great teacher requires more than just a college education.
This real teacher blogger shares her techniques for dealing with difficult students.
Literacy and education expert Dr. Katherine McKnight shares the reading proficiency challenges in schools and strategies for differentiating textbooks.
In this education article, teachers learn new approaches to using movies in class to further student learning and comprehension of literature.
This History Channel video celebrating Jackie Robinson will inspire writing activities for all grade levels with subjects including sports words, speech writing, overcoming discrimination and peaceful protests.
In this Special Education teacher blog, Caitlin shares her tips to encourage parental involvement with her special education students.
Here are some of teacher-favorite iPad apps for language development that benefit all children but are particularly useful for reaching and teaching students with special needs.
Organized Classroom blogger Charity Preston shares her spring cleaning tips for teachers as they reorganize their lessons and classroom files.
This education article provides 12 ideas for student-centered lessons and classroom across the curriculum that allow students to explore themselves, their families and their interests.
Miss America's fight to encourage healthy eating for healthy bodies will kick off a flip book project focusing on the body and body systems.
In this education article with IEP meeting tips, one teacher shares simple communication tips that can make parents feels like a partners in their child's teaching team - rather than an unhappy or confused outsider.
In TeachHUB's Creative teacher blog, Myree shares her take and tips regarding using manipulatives to engage students with hands-on activities without hurting their abstract thinking skills or understanding of math concepts.
Teachers, here are 12 ways to make the most of your spring break without spending any cash.
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