Classroom Management: Creating Strong Students, People

Modern educators are charged with teaching the basics, including math, science, and language arts.

But today on, frequent contributor Jordan Catapano notes that he wants to mold not just academic beings, but to challenge them to become strong people as well.

Jordan cites several differences between strong students and strong people in today’s article. For instance, a strong student focuses on English, science, math, history, etc., while a strong person focuses on responsibility, motivation, kindness, passion, etc.

It’s a challenging read that’s bound to shake up your educational philosophy, and will encourage you to go the extra mile to build up a capable future citizenry.

In this month’s issue of TeachHUB magazine, we take a humorous look at the “technological” innovations of yesteryear like the ditto machine. We also instruct educators on what to do when modern technology fails, and our podcast offers up valuable tips on how to get the most out of upcoming teacher conferences.

Did you know TeachHUB magazine is FREE? It is, and it’s a terrific resource designed to help you become a better educator.

Everyone from kids to teachers to visiting parents loves an engaging classroom game, and is a great resource for learning about this remarkable way to educate.

Classroom games add flair and student engagement to more tedious, yet necessary tasks like teaching math facts, grammar rules and vocabulary, reviewing for tests or even completing lab experiments. Adding an element of competition motivates and energizes students.

One for our most consistently popular articles has been Engaging Classroom Games for All Grades, an article that includes how to carry out great ideas like Educational Bingo, Hangman, and Scavenger Hunts.