Featured conversations will be displayed prominently on the homepage. Getting featured is a great way to attract a readership and get your conversations a broad audience.
Is there a topic, lesson, or subject where you have expertise or experience? Maybe you have great and unique methods for preparing your students for state tests, or have a knack for explaining algebra. Maybe you simply love to discuss science, or history, or art.
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Conversations will be considered for the Features section if they have universal appeal.
For example, a discussion about a recent test in your class may only be of interest to your students and parents. However, a discussion about why short answer tests help students learn better than multiple choice tests will likely be of interest to more people.
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Have you read a new book in class recently? Or discussed an intriguing aspect of world history? Do you have a special knowledge of algebra or chemistry? Maybe you have great techniques for helping young kids learn to read independently. Whatever your skill or interest, you can bet there are others out there that are interested.
Remember, anyone can be featured. Parents, college essay samples, students, and administrators as well as teachers.
Are you a parent with a knack for helping with multiplication tables, or a student that has mastered researching term papers or book reports?
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