Setting Goals to Get Back into the New Semester

  When the calendar year changes you can expect the start of a new semester shortly. The fall semester consists of getting back in the swing of things after a long deserved summer break, but then by Thanksgiving and Christmas we are begging for time off because we’ve reached our limit.    Now that we’ve…

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TBH 4th Birthday

Happy 4th Birthday to TextbookHub!

After walking away from working with schools in the summer of 2017, I felt like I missed my purpose in life, my mission, to help schools in the transition to a digital program AND to be a gladiator that would work on their behalf to provide this experience. With much...

How to Spend Your Holiday Break

    Everyone looks forward to their holiday break after spending hours upon hours in the classroom and working outside of the classroom. When November and December hit, it’s such a relief knowing you get some time off! By this point, you have returned from Thanksgiving break and are awaiting...
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5 Factors to Consider When Creating Your Booklist

  When working with TextBookHub as your instructional resource provider, there are a few things to discuss to ensure you receive the correct learning materials.  Once we’ve had a call to discuss your digital learning needs, we’ll need a prepared list of all of your book requests. It’s important to...
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Introducing our 2022 Advisory Board!

We are thrilled to introduce the members of our inaugural Advisory Board! We are excited to be working with representatives from Belen Jesuit Preparatory School, Canterbury School of Florida, Florida Christian School, Gilbert Christian School, Gulliver Schools, iLumenEd Academy, Miami Country Day, Rumsey Hall, and Sacred Heart Academy Bryn Mawr....
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National Special Education Day

    December 2nd is National Special Education Day! It is incredible to celebrate a day that means so much to the United States education system. Whether you know someone with special needs, are someone with special needs, or are a special education educator this national day should fill you...
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Thanksgiving Books For Kids of All Ages

    At Textbook Hub, we stand by reading! We know it helps the development of children in their young years and helps with brain maintenance as you get older! Reading is so important and can be made fun! Especially when there are holidays involved!    With Thanksgiving quickly approaching...
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Volunteer in Your Free Time

  Whenever you tell someone you’ve volunteered before, or you volunteer on a regular basis, you are looked at differently. Believe it or not, individuals really respect someone who has had the title, ‘Volunteer’. You should feel good about this!    Whether you grew up with your parents or guardians...

School Fundraising Goes From Dreadful to Enjoyable

  In most cases, fundraising goes hand in hand with going to school. The point of fundraising is to have added money that can be used for extracurriculars, fun activities or something that comes up that wasn’t considered when creating the budget for the school year.  Depending on the school,...
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October is National Arts & Humanities Month

  The United States of America is home to many cultures and heritages. This is one of the reasons we have the nickname, The Melting Pot. We are home to many different individuals that come together and stand united in more ways than one. This is a reason  for celebration!...
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What you need to know about AP Exams

  While in highschool it’s common for students to enroll in AP courses. AP stands for Advanced Placement. This is beneficial to take while you are in high school because it gives you more opportunities compared to a general course. AP courses can earn you college credit, stand out on...

Study Habits and Starting the Year off Right

After summer break, it can be hard to get back into a routine once school rolls around. We’ve been in the mindset of swimming, relaxing, sports, hanging out with friends and school is definitely the last thing on our minds.    In order to have a successful school year, it’s...

College Essays: The Basics

  Conversations around your junior and senior year of high school are often focused on what your next steps will be, exploring college, military, career and other programs. For students planning on college, the questions center on what type of school, including size, location, and programs offered. Sometimes what you...