ICYMI: Adam’s Guest Post Library

Monday, February 15, 20163:00 PM



I’ve been doing a lot of writing, lately. I’ve been working hard to maintain a schedule and develop a routine and editorial calendar of sorts. As always, I’m following advice regularly from the ProBlogger podcast, which has led me to a stronger attempt at finding my niche and purpose as a blogger. This includes a mix of reflection articles, sharing best practices, how-to guides, and more, which I hope to develop in stand alone posts and sometimes in series. 

Another goal is to try to write more for others and to reach out to new audiences. To that end, I’ve written nearly half a dozen guest posts for other sites over the past few months, many of which I haven’t yet cross-posted or publicized here. I’m especially proud of these articles and wanted to share them here, too.

Most recently, I had an article on my work with #20Time featured by The Guardian, and that was awesome. It was a new experience for me to work with a real editor and deal with many revisions and improvements to a piece. I look forward to continuing to grow as a writer and hope for more opportunities to do so. 

The following posts were all written originally for other sites or publications. For each, the title links to the article and there’s a pull quote graphic to give you a taste of the article’s content. Every few months, I’ll update and republish this post as an archive of all of my writing outside The Schoenblog. I hope you enjoy, and as always please let me know what you think in the comments or on Twitter.

Adam’s Guest Post Library

"Bring Google's '20% Time' to Your Classroom with Passion-Based Learning" at Guardian Teach, February 2016


"Dive Into Student Learning: 3 Free Tools" at Learn2Earn, January 2016











"6 Tips for Managing the 1:1 Classroom" at Imagine Easy, August 2015




"Transforming Learning Through Student Content Creation" at Free Technology for Teachers, June 2015


That’s it for Adam’s Guest Post Library but expect more to come soon. Read an article? Love it? Hate it? Let me know in the comments or on Twitter!

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