- Maintain a semi-academic style of writing (where needed, depending on the article).
- Feel free to be friendly and use the first person while writing – your opinion and personality matter the most (where needed, depending on the article).
- Start the introduction by posing a problem or describing a situation to intrigue the readers and tell them how can this article help them in the classroom.
- Separate paragraphs with a subheading (subheadings should tell the reader what the paragraph is about).
- Add activity examples for everything you can.
- If possible provide photos of your own whenever you can, we can edit them to blur children’s faces. We want to be authentic and show what activities in real classrooms look like.
- Add screenshots from the online classroom/training/digital tool.
- Paragraphs should not have more than 300 words for SEO and reading clarity reasons.
- Sentences should have no more than 20 words for SEO and reading clarity reasons.
- Don’t use too much passive voice for SEO and clarity reasons.
- Bullets and numbering are very welcome.
- References and/or further reading materials are very welcome and depending on the topic, mandatory.
- Finish off with a short conclusion and make sure to include a question for the readers where you will ask them what they think and invite them to share their opinion.
Some of our writing projects
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