Our Rosetta Stone Education blog has quickly become a go-to source for information, tips, and best practices for getting the most out of your language-learning classroom. We’re proud of that, but we realize that we’ve been missing a key source of great insight: the teachers themselves!
That’s why we would like to invite you to become a Rosetta Stone Education guest blogger.
Through our Teacher Tuesday program, you not only get to connect with your colleagues from around the world, but you also have a chance to become known for your expertise in circles outside of your own teachers’ lounge.
All you need to get started is a passion for teaching, experience in using technology in language instruction, and exceptional writing skills.
If you don’t think you have any ideas for possible blog posts, check out these potential topic ideas:
- Language-learning strategies
- Setting goals for a language-learning program
- Technology integration in the classroom
- Diversity in the world language and ELL classroom
- Student engagement strategies
- Project-based learning in the language classroom
- Teacher and student success stories
The posting guidelines are easy to follow and standard for blog publishing:
- Provide fresh content that has not been published before.
- Include proper attribution of data, quotations, and other third-party content referenced in the article.
- Use headings, subheadings, bold font for key sentences, and bulleted lists so content is easy to read.
- Limit post to 600 – 800 words.
- Have an author bio at the end (about 40 words).
- Submit a head-shot image (150×150 .jpeg)
How do you get started?
- Send your completed entry to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Please begin subject line with: Education Blog Entry. Then state the title of your proposed post.
- Tell us briefly who you are (name, title, school) and include a headshot.
- When possible include 1 or 2 links to other articles that you will use to supplement your points.
- Tell us how Rosetta Stone K-12 Education readers would benefit from your post.
This is a great opportunity to contribute to the profession you love and help change the lives of many more students than just your own. Submit a post today and stay tuned, we’ll be publishing teacher posts on Tuesdays!