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Want to Join the Crew?

writerAsk a Tech Teacher is a group of tech teachers who are passionate about sharing their knowledge with others. All of them:

  • have at least five years experience in tech ed
  • have taught or are teaching
  • are interesting in authentically using technology in their lives, classes, dreams
  • are high-energy
  • are problem-solvers. No problem is unsolvable–it’s an opportunity for a new experience

If this sounds like you, join us as a volunteer. You’ll get an opportunity to:

  • expand your PLN
  • get published in one of the premiere tech ed blogs
  • contribute to your chosen field
  • take advantage of occasional opportunities for paid writing spots

Here’s what we look for:

  • blog contributors
  • lesson plan writers
  • moderators for forums
  • monthly participation

Article guidelines:

Here are a few guidelines for articles on Ask a Tech Teacher:

  • about 750-1000 words in length. Think consumable over a cup of coffee rather than lunch
  • links are fine, but must be resources, not to sell a product
  • articles must be new, unpublished work (though you are free to republish it after it goes live on my blog)
  • readers are about 90% educators, so consider them your audience as you write
  • include a short bio of you that focuses on your tech ed creds, such as being a parent of a digital native
  • I’m cautious of pictures so if you include any, make sure to provide the necessary permissions

BTW, right now, we are looking for articles on:

  • 3D printing in the classroom
  • Creating a student-run Genius Bar
  • Homeschool and tech ed
  • High School IT
  • Maker Movement in education
  • Specific digital tool that’s changed your classes


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