Australian K-12 Teacher Author – Paid Education Writing Opportunity Launched

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Australia’s I Love To Teach 101 announced a new opportunity for K-12 teachers who would like to be paid for contributing articles to their educational and instructional blog.

I Love To Teach 101, an online educational hub based in Adelaide, South Australia, is now hiring current K-12 teachers to work as freelance writers for their informative and popular teaching blog.

More details are available at

The announcement coincides with the latest statistics on teacher burn-out and attrition rates which indicate that a mammoth one in three Australian teachers will leave the profession within their first five years. Similar statistics have been identified in the US and UK.

As bureaucracy, red tape and standardised testing requirements continue to rise while pay and conditions continue to decrease, I Love To Teach 101 wants to provide Australian teachers with a thriving resource for teaching and learning.

As such, I Love To Teach 101 are canvassing for currently practising teachers to utilise their knowledge and resources and contribute to their growing online teacher collective.

In particular, they are seeking teacher authors with at least three years of teaching experience to contribute written articles to their blog.

There are two main ways in which you can contribute. Firstly, they are specifically seeking five teacher authors who are in the position to write one new article per school term. Each article written is valued at $100AUD.

For those who are not able to engage in a long term commitment, I Love To Teach 101 is also offering the opportunity for you to craft one-off articles on the themes of teacher resources, teaching tips and classroom management.

Each article will earn an $80AUD discount on the purchase of I Love To Teach 101’s resources or teacher training courses. More information about these guest blogging opportunities with a writing brief and application are available at

I Love To Teach 101 was founded by Sylvia Skinner, a Certified Australian Teacher with an Honour’s degree in Education. She has over 25 years of experience as a classroom teacher as well as more than 10 years of experience working as a teacher educator.

In addition to their dynamic blog page, I Love To Teach 101 sells educational resources which are suitable for all ages.

They also run a Go HERO professional development course on maximising teacher productivity.

A spokesperson for the firm said, “We want to help teachers be truly intentional with their personal, contractual, and instructional time so they can love to teach and live their life.”

I Love To Teach 101’s mission is to facilitate the sharing of practical K-12 classroom ideas that help other educators increase their productivity, and help us all prevent the kind of burn-out that destroys our love of the profession.

Interested teachers can access their blog and full teaching resources at

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