Blogger Guidelines

As a blogger on TeacherLingo, we expect you to do the following:

Be transparent.
 Explain your possible conflicts of interest on your About page. Make sure a conflict is clear in individual posts.

Be trustworthy. Be right. 
When you’re wrong, correct as quickly as possible and be honest about it. Don’t write misleading headlines. Give credit where credit is due by linking, including for copyrighted images.

Use good judgment. 
Even though you are an independent contractor, our readers may think of you as a representative of the Website and your fellow community members. Please use good judgment when dealing with fellow readers and bloggers online and in public.

Because we want your blog to thrive here, we also hope you will do the following:

Blog frequently and intelligently. We’re not going to tell you how often to post or what to write about. We trust you.
 
Build community. 
This means moderating your comments, featuring users’ content on your blog, and interacting with users regularly and in a timely fashion.

Keep us in the loop. We want to know if you have a problem or need to bounce an idea around.

Welcome to Teacher Lingo

TeacherLingo is a network connecting Teachers with each other for support and provides a place for them to share their stories and insights with the world. We welcome you to meet our bloggers, post comments, or pitch your blog idea.

Featured Bloggers

George Couros

I am a learner, educator, and Innovative Teaching, Learning, and Leadership Consultant. I believe we need to inspire our kids to follow their passions while letting them inspire us to do the same.

Shemarlie Gani

Shemarlie is a Primary Years Teacher, collaborating with learners to discover their potential by providing a thoughtful environment and culture, where all learners feel included and empowered in their ability to learn.

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