ThingLink Guest Blogger Guidelines
...a note from Susan
Why I Blog
Blogging about teaching and learning experiences makes me accountable for taking the time to thoughtfully reflect and pursue ways to kick the learning up a notch. I learn more from blogging than from any other professional activity I participate in. Quite simply, I blog to learn.
Why I Ask Certified Educators to Blog
Blogging is perhaps one of the most powerful ways to grow as an educator. For many, blogging can become an essential part of the workflow, requiring us to dig deeper, engage in research, explain and reflect. As a life-long blogger, I believe blogging provides a significant piece in the learning process.
One of the big reasons we blog here on the ThingLink Blog for Education is to provide our community with ideas and inspiration for using ThingLink for teaching and learning. We celebrate the leadership of ThingLink Certified Educators and truly appreciate the strength that can be found within this community of learners.
Guest Blog: Task at a Glance
We hope you will share a 360/VR image you have created.and tell the story behind the image. You can tell whtever story you chose but we hope you will be sure to describe the educational value. Please write your post on a Google Doc and share firstname.lastname@example.org. Be yourself! Need help? Contact email@example.com
Please use the form at the bottom of this page to submit your guest post.
To keep the content organized for our readers who will skim anything they read, please use subheadings to attact their attention. If you include those Key Words or phrases above in the subheadings, it increases the SEO and even more people will find it
A Brief Bio
Please write a brief bio about yourself to be published at the bottom of your article. Use your social media contact information, tell readers about your role in education, promote your blog. If you don't do this.