Using Videos in Online or Distance Learning

The coronavirus impacts more than just our health— it impacts the way we teach and the way students learn. As schools close to deal with this growing pandemic, educators and students find themselves having to adjust to online learning. Making the Jump from Physical Classrooms to Online Learning Millions have already embraced online learning. There […]

ClassHook Pricing Updates Coming February 1st

Starting February 1, 2020, we’ll be changing ClassHook’s pricing to better accommodate the needs of educators and our business. We believe these changes will provide more clarity as to what’s included in ClassHook Premium and give educators more flexibility on how they pay for ClassHook. What’s changing We’re adding a monthly plan at $10/month Our […]

Teaching and Learning ESL from The Simpsons

Since its debut in 1989, The Simpsons has been embedded in popular culture and entertained millions of viewers across the globe. Sometimes called the “encyclopedia of the US in the 20th and 21st century,” this cartoon has a broad coverage of all parts of American culture and society. Thus, it is more than ideal for […]

Everything You Need to Know About Teaching with Movies

Motion pictures have fascinated society since the first film was created in the late 1800s. Since then, movies have only grown in popularity, generating billions of dollars in sales and inspiring millions of people around the world. Movies are now ingrained in popular culture, being the subject of quotes, colloquialisms, and memes. Given this phenomenon, […]