education

Teaching the Scientific Method: Observation

The Scientific Method is the driving force behind our advancement in science. It is the process through which we build upon our existing knowledge and push ourselves to discover new things. For thousands of years scientists have used the Scientific Method to better understand the world around them. This method has been the guiding hand […]

Teaching ELA with Popular Media

For thousands of years we’ve understood that stories can teach us both ethical and factual lessons. Now, popular media carries on this tradition. We learn important lessons from television and films everyday. At ClassHook we strive to help you utilize the power of media to better teach these lessons in the most effective way possible. […]

Supporting Special Education Through ClassHook

ClassHook strives to accommodate a variety of learners and their needs. We want to assist all students in their learning process whether it is through our educational clips that teach social-emotional learning or through our video features that can be adjusted to suit the needs of students with learning disabilities. ClassHook has been beneficial in […]

Teaching Ethics with Ed, Edd, n Eddy

We all know the notorious trio Ed, Edd n Eddy are known for their somewhat loose grasp on morals. As unethical as they may be, Ed, Edd n Eddy is a great and funny way to get students to think about ethics and kick-off class discussions on morality. Check out ClassHook’s favorite clips for teaching […]

Teaching ELA With Friends

Studying English and Language Arts starts in books, but seeing examples of grammatical concepts or rhetorical strategies in action is a great way to take learning off the page. We all know and love the show Friends. This New York City-based friend group is best known for their quirky antics, but they also have a […]