Are you a student blogger, education enthusiast, educator or parent with something to share? If you’re looking for somewhere to post your insights, we’d love to take a look!
I always look for high-quality content and submissions on relevant education topics, such as:
- Student life
- Study skills
- Learning and methodologies
- Educator tips
- Study abroad
- Subject learning
- Career and professional prep
Creative ideas, timely topics and emerging education theories are always appreciated — but be sure to keep it on a readable level for our audience of students and educators.
Your post should follow these basic guidelines:
- At least 600 words
- Written for high school/college students (primary audience) or educators (secondary audience, but we write more about learning and theory than specific teaching advice)
- No affiliate or sponsored links
- Links to reputable, relevant sources or studies
- Uses readable subheadings and bulleted lists where appropriate
- Offers unique insights, advice, information or research — not personal anecdotes (unless this adds to the main topic)
Please include at least one Creative Commons or free photo with your post, and make sure you give me the link for source attribution.
Syllabusy is written with a certain tone — please get familiar with the content and writing style on the site before you write. I reserve the right to make edits where necessary!
Interested? Get in touch and let me know a little about your ideas! Be sure to mention the following:
- Your topic proposal
- What category you’re pitching
- A few recent, relevant writing samples
- A little about your writing background and why you’re interested!
Can’t wait to hear from you!