What are your publication goals for the new year? Would you like to see your name in print in an education magazine or journal? I can help you with that.
I was on staff at the International Society for Technology in Education for 12 years. In that time, I worked on Learning & Leading with Technology, the association’s flagship magazine; the Journal of Research on Technology in Education, their peer-reviewed ed tech journal; the member newsletter; and various special interest group newsletters and journals. After leaving ISTE, I edited a collection of the best articles from Learning & Leading, which was published in 2009. During that time, I learned a lot about education and even more about education publishing.
The same basic advice applies to education periodicals as it does to any other periodical:
- Study the market
- Follow the guidelines
- When in doubt, ask the editor
But the education market has some specific needs, and this short report addresses them from the perspectives of the professional writer, the teacher looking to get published, and the businesses that provide products and services to the field. Publication in education periodicals can help all three of those stakeholder groups, and this report includes actionable items that can help you get your name in print.
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