Celebrating Our Teachers

  May 2nd through May 6th was Teacher Appreciation Week. It’s a time for teachers to be recognized for all that they do. Teachers all over the country go above and beyond all year long! Teaching isn’t always a job you can leave at your desk once the last bell of the day rings. Teachers…

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Read Across America

  Read Across America is such a special celebration that was introduced by the National Education Association (NEA).  Read Across America is celebrated on March 2nd annually, but the program gets celebrated all of March. However, Read Across America is technically celebrated all year long.    The Read Across America program heavily focuses on encouraging…

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Women’s History Month

  Bringing Women’s History month into the classroom is so important to show the representation of women throughout history. Celebrating Women’s History month is important for both women and men to take part in.    Just as many brave men have paved the way for where we are today, so have women! It’s important that…

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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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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 we have compiled a list…

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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! Lucky for us, October is…

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Approaches to Rigor

Recently we had the opportunity to present at a K-12 Conference and we hosted a roundtable on the Pros and Cons of Rigor and Acceleration.  Rigor is an important topic and always deserves attention. NAIS just shared an article on the “Dark Side of Rigor.”  It’s a great read with examples of specific schools and…

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Natalia Walchli joins TextbookHub

TextbookHub is excited to announce Natalia Walchli is joining our growing team! Her role as our Customer Success Manager will be located in our new Miami offices. Natalia holds a bachelor’s in political science from Boston College with a master’s in elementary education from the University of Miami. Natalia is well-suited for her position ensuring that schools…

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