Become a Teacher-Author   Become an Academic Reviewer
You will be able to share both your experience and the teacher-tested classroom materials you have developed over the years with new, out-of-field and overworked teachers, who have been assigned a new course.
Share your expertise in support of this worthy effort to develop a knowledge base for teaching in every subject, grade level and curriculum choice.

Should your course materials meet the publishing criteria of TEACHINGpoint, and you are offered a contract, you will earn royalty income from sales of your work published by TEACHINGpoint, a substantially higher royalty than the national average for academic publishing.

Although not a requirement, many Teaching Point Review Boards are comprised of mentoring teachers, AP, IB or IG exam readers, workshop leaders, professional development specialists or National Board Certified Teachers.

You will experience the pride of becoming a published author and you will know that your experience and knowledge have been passed on to other educators who will value your work. Your experience and knowledge be applied in the review process for the benefit of other educators with new assignments.
 
 
  The minimum REQUIREMENTS to become a Teacher Author include:   The minimum REQUIREMENTS to become a Reviewer include:
You should have an undergraduate Major in the subject of your review, a Master's Degree in any one of a variety of education topics (curriculum and instructional design, educational administration) or, preferably, a graduate major in the subject of your review. You should have an undergraduate Major in the subject of your review, a Master's Degree in any one of a variety of education topics (curriculum and instructional design, educational administration) or, preferably, a Graduate Major in the subject of your review.
You should be currently teaching the subject you will write, have taught it for a minimum of the most recent 5 years, and be teaching it in the coming or current school year.

You should be currently teaching the subject you will review, have taught it for a minimum of the most recent 5 years, and be teaching it in the coming or current school year.

You should have better than functional knowledge of computer word processing, specifically MS Word.
 
You should have a better than functional knowledge of computer word processing, specifically MS Word.
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Submission of materials for publication is a relatively simple process. If you have distilled your course materials over a number of years and kept only what works well in the classroom, you may already have publishable materials. Let us know, by sending the email form on the Submit Page,

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