Do you have something you wish to write about & share with the edtech community? Looking for EdTech Guest Post/Blog Post?
Yes, we are accepting EdTech guest post / blog post.
EdTechReview allows its community members to produce and share their content with the community through the www.edtechreview.in platform. All guest post submissions must comply with our editorial guidelines mentioned below.
Educators and Teachers can smoothly share:
- Their stories and experiences on how they use technology for the betterment of learners;
- The various ways in which they are using technologies to increase student engagement and improve learning outcomes.
Administrators and Educational/Instructional Technology Staff can share their ideas, observations and tell us about:
- What it takes for successful and effective implementation and adoption of instructional technology;
- What works and what does not in edtech integration – challenges and opportunities;
- Their experiences and successes or failures;
- The various educational technology uses and initiatives they have encouraged and supported within their schools and colleges.
EdTech founders & professionals can share:
- Insights, opinions, and learning with the growing edtech community.
- Suppose you have unique expertise or experience, and your post is a thoughtful and insightful commentary on issues relevant to the future of learning & work. In that case, we are likely to accept it.
- If your post reads like PR or marketing material, we will likely reject it.
This is your chance to share about the current state, future trends, challenges & opportunities in the educational technology (edtech) industry, different geographies & markets, and its sectors & segments with the larger education community.
The reader can be anyone involved in the edtech community, a teacher, educator, administrator from education institutions across PreK12 to Higher Ed, education/edtech entrepreneur, education investor/VC, education and business leader, policymaker and govt. official in the sector, education trainer and consultant or just people who are just keen on understanding the edtech scene globally.
No-Brainer Tips for Post Consideration
- Do not submit AI-generated or plagiarised content..
- Do not submit branded/promotional content. Please do not write about your product/startup, features, or self-glory! The ETR Team would not consider that. The purpose of writing guest posts should be to share learning with the community and not self-promotion. If you are looking for promotion and branding, please contact sales[at]edtechreview.in
- Do not stuff your content with links. We do not offer branded links in guest blog posts. Contact sales[at]edtechreview.in for any promotional query.
- Don’t show any biases in your article. Do not write about a company you are affiliated with.
- Don’t write about topics that have been beaten to death. Try to think of a new topic or take an interesting angle on an old one. The idea is to find ways to value for the readers in form of new tips and insights on your topic/domain. Not enough of a new perspective or information can get your post rejected.
- Everyone loves a crisp and catchy title. Give your post a good, readable title that grabs attention (Recommended Title Length: 80 characters).
- Make your content consumable with proper headings and sections.
- Make your content engaging with non-branded/non-promotional copyright-cleared graphics in the body. Photos/Images/Videos should be properly credited back to their sources unless all rights are owned by you/the author. All submissions must be copyright-cleared, licensed or labelled for reuse with or without modifications. If you need help with images, leave an indicator for our team to create and add relevant images in the body like this [IMAGE]Add image about guest posting[/IAMGE]
- Include a brief bio (80 words max). We support social links, one work link in the bio (Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, Personal Blog, Work Website, etc.), and an author picture [W:300px H:300px].
- Ensure your content is error-free. Please review your content to check for spelling, grammar, punctuation, etc. Lack of clarity or command of written English can get your post rejected.
Content that works
ETR community members contribute by publishing articles and opinions on the platform. We have seen that certain types of content work better than others. Here are tips on what works:
Most companies want to post their press releases on how great their company or products are. The truth is, only a few like reading that. Instead, the best-performing articles about companies are stories told from a personal perspective, the “What I learned” articles, about their success, failure or obstacles that they had to overcome as a team or leader. People want to read relatable and human stories; they don’t want to read press releases. As a fact, no press release has ever gone viral.
- 5 Mistakes to Avoid When Flipping Your Class
- My Twenty-First Century Classroom: A Vision for the 2015-2016 School Year
- Insights From a TEDx Talk on Classroom of the Future
- Hear, Do, Be – Reflection by a School Principal
Criticism about something in the sector
The edtech industry needs plenty of reflection and a lot of sharing. Our readers and we love it when thought leaders, insiders, and contributors give much-needed criticism about a particular aspect of what companies, investors or the industry in general is doing. Just make sure your criticisms are well-founded and not mean. Let’s all be constructive.
- Is Technology Being Integrated Effectively?
- Selling to International School Market: A Challenging Territory
- How to Crack Selling Education Products to School – Part 1
Without a doubt, and naturally, some of the best content on our site is controversial. It pushes the limits of a topic that is hot on people’s minds. But, like criticism, you must be ready to back it up!
- Technology or Education? What Comes First?
- Why Teachers Who Use Technology Will Replace Teachers Who Don’t?
- Teaching With Technology or Traditionally? The Key is to Balance the Way Out
There are so many deeper topics you may consider writing about to make it easy for people working in the edtech space better understand the market. Analyses give a much-needed insight into the inner workings of these industries. The EdTech ecosystem needs more transparency to give everyone a deeper understanding of how our industry works. Use credible sources to back up your claims. Provide numbers, graphs, and charts to help readers visualize the situation.
- Why the Time is Now for Asian EdTech Startups
- The B2B and B2C Battle in EdTech Globally
- Indonesia To Be One Of The World’s Top Buyers Of Mobile Learning Products In 2017
- A Comprehensive Approach To Student Employability
- Why Asia is a Great Market for EdTech Companies & Accelerators
- Selling to International School Market: A Challenging Territory
Tips & How to Guides
Another type of content that has proven popular is “How To” guides or “The useful tips/list on XYZ”. Such posts provide tips, advice and guidance to people on various topics related to building a company in this space or some stakeholder-specific practice. Give tips that haven’t been given before. Be refreshing in both the tips you give and the language you use. Inserting anecdotes and jokes can be a good thing.
We are open to experimenting with our content, which means we may also accept a new type of content.
- Standing on the Shoulder of Giants – A Business Case around the use of OER
- 11 Ways To Protect The Intellectual Property of Your Online Course
- Do’s and Don’ts for Flipping Your Classroom
- Why Teachers Fear Mobile Tech in the Classroom – But Shouldn’t
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Note: Please read the FAQs about guest post/blog post/guest blog, author bio and links before submitting a post. EdTech companies looking for self-promotion shall not participate in this, as your promotional posts will not be accepted. For sponsored or native posts, kindly visit our Content Ads Page.