Re-blog your blog post to the UKEdChat Communities
We’re changing the way you can re-blog your posts
Our re-blogging feature has been a great way for educators to share their classroom ideas, practice, resources, and pedagogy over the last few years, and we have published over 1,000 stories helping promote such innovation.
Regular re-bloggers recognise the facility as a great way to share their stories to our vast global network, along with helping grow communities and making connections with individuals across the globe.
To make the process even easier, we are now inviting writers to register an account with the ukedchat.com website, create a user-profile, so that all re-blogs correctly attribute the author, allowing for even greater recognition to our networks. Once registered, verified users can re-blog (or guest write) articles directly onto the website (subject to the conditions below, and editorial approval), which are given greater priority and consideration that those submitted via the online form.
We fully acknowledge that some writers need to stay anonymous, therefore the Google Form will remain live, otherwise we invite all educational writers and re-bloggers to register an account and publish directly onto the UKEdChat website.
The sign-up steps are simple:
- On the menu bar above, click the arrow next to ‘My Profile‘, and then click ‘Register‘ to proceed.
- Once verified, click the drop-down ‘My Profile’ arrow, and ‘Create an article’. You can then copy/paste text directly onto the form.
If you wish to write a Guest Post exclusively for UKEdChat, please click here.
We select blog posts that, we feel, will inspire the UKEdChat Community that:
- Help develop classroom ideas.
- Resources for teachers at all phases of education.
- Classroom ideas that worked for you.
We avoid publishing:
- Rants! – Writing can help get those frustrations off your chest, but these are best placed on your own website.
- Open Letters – Especially to government ministers. Our site is visited by teachers beyond the borders of your country, so try to word your blog post that can help teachers generally.
- Offensive Language.
- Blogs that link back to commercial sites.
- Blog entries that are overly political.