EDUCATION WRITERS (call for pitches) / by Bear Guerra

Via George Lucas Educational Foundation:

“If you have a story to tell—something you’ve realized over the course of your career about how to get students excited about learning; a strategy you recently tried that didn’t quite work out and how you changed course; an aha moment that led you to rethink how you teach a particular subject or lesson—you’re in the right place.

We welcome pitches on all academic subjects and all grades from pre-K through 12th. And we’re always interested in pitches on our core concepts: project-based learning, social and emotional learning, technology integration, teacher development, comprehensive assessment, and integrated studies.


Send an email to GUESTBLOG at EDUTOPIA (dot) ORG with “Guest Blog: [Proposed Post Title]” in the subject line, and be sure to include the following information:

  • A few sentences describing your proposed post and a high-level outline (keep in mind that finished blog posts should be around 750–850 words)

  • Links to any multimedia you plan to include

  • A few words about the intended target audience for your blog (for example, high school math teachers, administrators, etc.)

  • A roughly 80-word bio with details about your role in education

  • Three to five links to other pieces (if any) you’ve written, particularly for academic publications

  • Full disclosure of any commercial interest in any products or services mentioned

  • Your Twitter handle (if you have one)

Please note: We accept only original submissions. If your post has appeared elsewhere, we will not accept it.”