In case you may be interested in writing for us, below are a few parameters.
· Catchy title/subtitle – preferably asking a question your work is helping to solve
· Enticing first sentence(s) to draw readers in and encourage further exploration
· There are not particular length guidelines beyond succinctly getting across a clear, persuasive, focused argument to get readers interested in and convey the implications of your research for:
- other researchers in this area,
o teacher educators, and
· Highlight evidence relevant to preparing individuals for STEM teaching and/or working in high-need setting (defined in section 201 of the Higher Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 1021) as a high percentage of individuals from families with incomes below the poverty line; b) a high percentage of secondary school teachers not teaching in the content area in which they were trained to teach; or c) a high teacher turnover rate).
· Feel free to include links to any longer articles you authored, relevant research of others, and/or resources to allow interested readers to delve deeper
· Author Headshot(s)
· Author Title(s)/Organization(s) – feel free to include Radford/SEED partner co-authors
· Brief Bio (250 words – can also provide link to longer bio)
· Contact info – in case readers want to learn more
· Image/photo relevant to post (if available)