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Do you want to write for the Love to Teach Blog? You can earn 2000 credits ($20) for one approved article. First read, the Guest Writing Guidelines or the summary below.

Stop new teacher turnover
Teaching Tips
New Teacher Turnover: 3 ways to stop it!

How can we prevent new teacher turnover? According to a recent study, the nearly fifty percent of all new teachers that were believed to quit . . .

Morning Mindset
Start with the right morning mindset

Having the right morning mindset makes each teaching day an adventure rather than a chore. Even in the most difficult and coldest mornings . . .

Prevent the Bullying of Kids with ASD
Classroom Management
Bullying of Kids with ASD Must Stop!

Bullying of kids with ASD must be prevented and we as teachers need to be on our guard. Bullying is never okay but students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) are at greater risk.

Improve student success with teacher feedback
Teaching Tips
7 Sure-Fire Ways To Improve Student Success

How to improve student success from day one brews anxiety almost all the time but I love the anticipation. In order to start of well, a lot of . . .

Kids with ASD need a Circle of Friends
Classroom Management
Kids with ASD need a Circle of Friends

Circle of Friends is the best way to help kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder [ASD]. Students with ASD generally have language, communication, social and cognitive skills problems.

Teacher Personality Traits
Teaching Tips
Do You Have Good Teacher Personality Traits?

What does it take to be a great teacher with good teacher personality traits? I remember my best teacher for her creativity, reliability, empathy . . .

Love to Teach Blog Writing

All articles MUST be approved by the I Love To Teach (ILTT) Writers Panel before publication. The best way to get approval is to make your article sincere and share what you love to teach in a unique way. Maybe you have a true story to share or something you have researched.

Guide Lines Summary

First, it’s good if you have a key phrase in bold font in the first paragraph. We like it if the title and at least three paragraphs have the key phrase.

Second, the Love to Teach blog readers like short paragraphs ie no bigger than 150 words. We also like lots of subheadings so we can scan your article to see if its something we want to read. Please make sure at least one subheading has your key phrase in it, so its SEO happy. Plus, we prefer articles to be a minimum of 1000 words.

Third, you must add at least one quality stock image, or even better would be your own unique photo. You can add up to five images because we just LOVE them, as we’re all visual learners. If you want to add a video from YouTube or one you made yourself then add the link. 

Lastly, you should make sure you know which topics we do not like.

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