Submit to Teacher Voice!
Do you have something to share with other educators — whether an interesting classroom story, educational commentary, or teaching tips? We’d love to feature you! Read the guidelines below to submit your story.
What is Teacher Voice?
A place where educators can be heard.
Our readership consists of educators who are passionate about teaching and learning. Teacher Voice is a place to hear classroom stories, share teaching tips, learn about educational tools, and access professional development resources.
What Can I Submit?
You can submit a classroom story, editorial commentary on any K12 theme, or an educational how-to for other educators who wish to learn more about teaching tips and tools.
Start by asking yourself, “What would other educators like to read?” The Teacher Voice blog is read by teachers and administrators so please keep your entire audience in mind!
How do I Submit a Story?
Email all submissions to TeacherVoice (at) kiddom.co
Please include the words “Teacher Voice Submission” in the headline of your email. Submissions can be anywhere from 300-750 words in length, and should include a title, brief summary, and any accompanying images. If we find your submission to be a good fit for Teacher Voice, we will contact you soon to discuss next steps.
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