Write For Us

write for us

If you have an article you want to share with the education community, send us an outline for approval. But before you start to write for us, make sure you first read these guidelines:

  1. Authentic material only. The article must be original and cannot have been published on any other site.
  2. The subject must be education-related. From Pre-K to Higher Ed, from Maths to Language Arts, from Ed Tech to traditional methodology, anything as long as it is related to education.
  3. The article must be at least 1000 words long.

You may include backlinks to your website or blog, as long as it is education-related.

All rights remain with the authors.

If you are not sure what to write about, here is a list of topics that have not been covered yet in this blog:

  • assessment
  • common core
  • grammar
  • adult education
  • classroom management
  • continuing education
  • higher education
  • maker learning
  • learning styles
  • storytelling
  • teacher certification
  • teaching strategies
  • CLIL
  • 21st century skills
  • environmental education

Submit your proposals to info@brightclassroomideas.com and we will get in touch with you as soon as possible with our pricing requirements. Before approval, you may be requested to provide a recent photo, a short bio and social media URLs.

No prior writing experience is needed to become a contributor, just a lot of enthusiasm!

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