Student Engagement

Five Cognitive Biases to Avoid when Teaching

When you are learning something new, it is easy to be influenced by a built-in inclination. These inclinations may help you determine if the new information is useful and can be trusted. However, It may also cloud your judgment. This is known as Cognitive Bias. Everyone has Cognitive Biases so you may assume that it […]

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 […]

Helping Educators Curb Profanity in Clips

In classrooms, many educators want to create fun and inclusive classroom environments by incorporating short videos into their lessons. On ClassHook there are thousands of entertaining clips curated to support critical thinking for students to build the connections between academics and real life.  As an uncontrollable variable to movies and shows that are rated PG-13 […]

Teaching Physics with The Simpsons

Concepts like matter, energy, and force can be abstract and challenging ideas to grasp for students of physics. Introducing these topics with the help of the Simpson family may make physics an easier pill to swallow for reluctant learners. Check out these five clips for some surprisingly educational moments from a timeless sitcom: 1. Static […]

Top 7 Clips for Business Ethics

When it comes to ethics, sometimes it’s easier to show than tell. We all have different conceptions of what it means to be ethical when it comes to business. If you are a teacher looking for a way to show students business ethics in action, check out ClassHook’s top 7 videos. 1. A View to […]