4 Simple Rules in Posting to the AASSA Blog
- Your piece needs to be unique.
We are looking for articles specific to Latin America and international education. Some categories and information we are looking for are; 21st century teaching and learning, administrators, awards & scholarships, classroom teachers, conferences, learning support, professional development, recruiting, STEAM, third culture kids, and world languages.
- Well written articles.
We are all professionals seeking information to better serve our schools. The guest posts we receive need to be well written with proper editing and citations already done. All articles will be reviewed before being posted to be sure it aligns with AASSA’s mission and goals of the AASSA blog site.
- No unauthorized or copyrighted pictures or information.
We are concerned with copyright laws and only will publish photos, graphics, and information that are in accordance with copyright. Please use your own images, photographs and information or content licensed under Creative Commons. Proper attribution of data, quotations, and other third-party content referenced in the article is necessary.
- Full information.
We want to showcase your work! Provide us your name, title, school you work at, and country. Other bios are encouraged but not necessary.
Articles may be sent for review to:
Paul Poore– ppoore[at] aassa.com
Silvia Tolisano– silvia [at] aassa.net