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We’re looking for great education hacks for the Hack Learning Blog.

 

What we need and how you benefit

Single Hacks

The Single Hack is the easiest way to contribute to Hack Learning. The Single Hack goes on our blog. New Single Hacks are pushed out to our users weekly. The Single Hack is like a short book chapter (500-800 words). It contains the
following:

  • Problem: something that troubles teachers but has a simple, quick solution they likely haven’t considered
  • Hack: the solution to the problem, summarized in a paragraph or two. Hacks may contain one link to outside sources
  • What to do tomorrow: a step-by-step implementation plan that any teacher can put into action the day after reading the hack (or the same day, depending on when they read it)
  • Summary: a few concluding sentences and any important resources

Benefits to contributors

  • Exposure: we have a large audience, and we charge you absolutely nothing to share your content with us, as long as it is not intended to be commercial
  • Promotion: your content and bio contain direct links to your book, blog, Twitter account, or other education-related source
  • Intrinsic value: you are helping people get better

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If you have great teaching and learning hacks to share, reach out to us here and tell us about your work

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