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Let us know, and you could be our next guest blogger! 

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Want to share your teaching experience with an active community of educators? Do you have a hot topic, tips, advice or inspiring moments that you believe other people will benefit from hearing? Let us know, and you could be our next guest blogger! 

Your stories send a powerful message and creates a connection with other educators worldwide.

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What we look for:

We like relevant, well-researched posts (preferably 1000 words or less) with actionable tips and advice.

Your post should be 100% original and unpublished. Once it's live on our blog, you can republish it on your own blog or other websites - just add a short disclaimer at the end to state that it first appeared on our blog, with a link back to the original post.

The best blog posts include sharing your real life teaching experience - we are looking for authentic stories from teachers in the classrooms all over the world! 

About you:

Ready to write?

Wonderful! Simply submit your topic idea with an outline in the form below.

If we think it's the right fit, we will be in touch to discuss next steps! If you are chosen to be one of our contributors, your story will be posted on our highly visited Teach Away or Klassroom blogs.