Teaching Strategies: How to Save Money

Since the onset of time, teachers have been looking for new and creative ways to learn how to save money. Schools these days are underfunded, which means that many teachers are forced to buy their own supplies. Today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributing writer Janelle Cox makes a few suggestions educators can use to learn how to save money. Janelle’s tips include: 

  • Ask for donations
  • Share with co-workers
  • Buy in bulk
  • And more!

If you follow Janelle’s tips, you’ll find yourself with a few extra dollars in your bank account at the end of the year – hard-earned money you can spend on yourself! Do you have any money saving tips that you would like to share?

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You’ve toiled all year long to bring about a love of reading in your students. But then summer comes along, and some kids might not pick up a book for two months!

It can be a frustrating conundrum for even the most seasoned educator: How do you learn how to motivate students to read during the summer?

Today on TeachHUB.com, seasoned education writer Janelle Cox, also a known educator, educates us on how to inspire and spark your kids’ interests in summer reading. Janelle’s ideas include:

    Create a Summer Book Club
    Set a Goal
    Take Advantage of Free Reading Materials

When used properly, Janelle’s ideas can partially ensure a successful summer, filled with books and much reading.  

How do you encourage summer reading in your classroom? Do you have any ideas that get your students excited to read?