Homework for this week: What is your biggest fear as an educator? How does it impact your teaching and what do you do to lessen this fear if possible?
Homework must be at least 300 words with proper grammar and image sources. We are here to share ideas because we can learn from each other. We are looking forward to reading your homework assignments!
By now you should know and understand why this community was started nearly five years ago. We are trying our utter best to become the community we were back then. We had great support and we had backup. This has since changed, and it is now up to us as a community to stand together and rebuild what we have lost.
Unfortunately, due to the limited amount of HP in our account, we are very limited with the number of posts we can support. If you want your post to be chosen, please follow the rules. We urge everyone to read these criteria below and be aware of the type of posts that we support!
We WANT you to succeed and we WANT you to earn money, and that is why we reward GOOD QUALITY posts that meet the criteria below. YOU DON’T EVEN HAVE TO BE A TEACHER!
Criteria for posts we support:
- Original content only. This means that you must write an article in your OWN WORDS. Posts need to be a minimum length of 300 words. (Unless you include an ORIGINAL video that you can verify that you created.)
- All sources need to be cited. If you use any information from the internet, you need to cite the source.
- All pictures used must have an image source and any post without a proper link to the image source will not be supported. Illegal pictures with watermarks will be excluded. We will not support your post if you have grammar and spelling mistakes, but we will comment if you accidentally made a mistake.
- Use a proper format when writing an article. All posts will be checked for plagiarism. We are here to help build the platform, and the sooner we get rid of scammers, the better this platform will improve. Plagiarizers will immediately be muted.
We support ALL fun educational posts that could be beneficial to YOUNG and OLD!
We support funny classroom stories. (We all know kids can do and say the darnedest things. We want to hear about that! Please DON’T provide the student's names)
Fun experiments, or projects that kids could do on their own. (SAFE ones of course!)
How-to posts for example how to build something/ how to do projects/study? (For kids and adults!) Good quality comprehension tests with answers.
Fiction and fun stories can be used as reading material in a classroom.
Posts about your experiences as a teacher in general/Your experiences in a school as a student.
To be an awesome community we need to support each other daily. Everyone in this community should support each other by reblogging and voting on each other's posts. Support each other by reading each other's posts, offer encouragement and constructive criticism, and vote for quality content.
We are trying to build a community that supports each other. You don’t build a community by posting once a day and cashing out. If you don’t know where to start, look at our feed.
Find some great posts to read, vote, and engage with... We all need support from each other, so please spread the word! In a few months, we will be back to being a solid community that can rely on each other!
Have a great weekend!