Contribute a Guest Post – Education & Technology


Are you an educator? Technology Advocate? Innovator? Submit an Article!

Contribute an Educational Technology Guest Post | Submit Article K-12Not only can you find great educational resources for students on Tap Into Teen Minds, but educators can also learn about effective instruction techniques and educational technology strategies to make learning engaging for the learner and rewarding for the teacher. We are always looking for guest bloggers willing to share their fresh, new and innovative ideas through a Tap Into Teen Minds guest post.

Who can contribute a guest post? Educational Innovators… Like YOU!

We are looking for eager writers who can provide content related to educational and educational technology topics such as:

Why share your innovative education posts with Tap Into Teen Minds readers?

While we typically do not offer monetary compensation for guest posts, we can offer the following for your efforts:

  • A quick, easy, and free way to get your content up on the web to get you noticed
  • Exposure on an ever-growing, high traffic website
  • Links back to your own website(s) or blog(s) with a “do-follow” attribute from a high pagerank (PR) website with our pagerank getting stronger and stronger.
  • Be a part of our vision to become an educational technology blog leader assisting educators around the globe make differences in their classrooms.
  • For experienced or established writers, monetary rewards will be offered depending on the quality, volume, comprehensiveness and other factors of your article or content.

Before your article is published we will definitely make sure both sides have an affirmative consensus on the publishing & payment conditions.

Interested in sharing your wealth of knowledge with other educators?

Kyle Pearce

About Kyle Pearce

Secondary Math Teacher and Intermediate Math Coach with the Greater Essex County District School Board leading a Ministry funded 1:1 iPad project called Tap Into Teen Minds. I currently teach at Tecumseh Vista Academy K-12 in the morning and focus on duties for the Middle Years Collaborative Inquiry (MYCI) Project in the afternoon.

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