We are looking for engaging articles aimed at teachers, students, or anyone who just likes to learn. They can be informative or have a sense of humor, but preferably we’re looking for innovative guides to instructing and learning. Articles could range anywhere from “Tips on Teaching with the iPad” to “7 Ways American Idol Can Help You Study.” Be creative!
Guest Post Criteria
Articles can be up to 1000 words in length ideally, or as long as they need to be to get your message across.
If you use sources, please provide links to them.
We like posts that are well-written and relatively free of spelling and grammatical errors (articles will be proofread before publishing, but the fewer errors the better).
All content must be original and free of plagiarism.
If we do not publish your submission, you are welcome to try again with a different topic. For ideas on what we typically look for, you might want to browse through our most recent posts.
Email all submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Guest Blog Post” with a 1-3 sentence bio of yourself to include with the publication along with a headshot photo (optional).
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