With the school year upon us all. One of the biggest challenges most teachers will face is getting students to re-learn how to focus and be engaged during class. Here are a few tips from EdSurge that will help you keep your students engaged during reading lessons. https://www.edsurge.com/news/2018-05-21-four-classroom-ready-tips-to-boost-reading-engagement-gap-and-drive-learning
Motivating your students to read during class can be one of the biggest challenges a teacher faces in the classroom. With student attention span being at all-time low teachers are looking for creative and innovative ways to keep their students engaged with their reading assignments.
As a teacher do you ever question if a student has fully understood your lessons within the classroom? With testing and open discussions being the old standard way of figuring out if a student is picking up on the information being taught. Teachers are trying to find new innovative ways to get the same results […]
Are you looking for new innovative ways to keep your students engaged during class? Keeping students engaged during class is one of the biggest challenges teachers face on a day to day basis. Here are 5 ways from Rachel Lynette that you can increase your students’ classroom engagement.
Since the early days of ClassHook, we’ve been attentive to the educator experience. Our goal was to create a product that was intuitive, easy-to-use, fast, and most importantly, solved the problem of finding highly relevant educational content that engages students. Over the past few months, we’ve reassessed our product and noted that our fundamental design […]
With the children of today being so tech-savvy and having a short attention span, teachers have found that implementing videos in their lesson plans have increased student engagement. This article, written by Hey Teach!, talks about different ways you can use videos to your advantage in the classroom when you’re trying to keep your students […]
Are you a teacher that struggles with finding new ways to increase creativity amongst your students? With student’s short attention span and consent peer pressure it’s hard to get out a student’s full creative potential. Check out this article written by Canva that explores ways you can create more creativity in your classroom to get […]
Last month, ClassHook released Personal Clips to help educators organize and manage videos they find all over the web. While educators have enjoyed the streamlined video management experience, we received feedback that indicated their interest in adding Pause Prompts to their own videos. Today, we’re excited to announce that you can now add Pause Prompts […]
Educators often source their videos from a variety of websites and services, and it can be challenging to keep track of the videos they’ve found. ClassHook wants to streamline the process of organizing videos so that teachers can focus on helping their students extract the most learning from them. In a recent poll, 74% of […]