How to Submit Information for the Teacher's Corner

Are you interested in sharing great classroom ideas with your colleagues around the world? Activities that work? Interested in setting up a discussion about a specific topic in Earth and space science education with other teachers? You can do this now through our newsletter through our Teacher submissions page! To complete your submission, you'll need your membership login and password (help is available on the form in case you've lost your password).

Submissions to the newsletter should be no more than 150 words in length, and can include links to websites which include additional information that expand upon the submission (such as classroom activities). Submissions and embedded links will be checked by our staff to ensure that the content is appropriate to our newsletter.

We reserve the right to edit submissions for space, grammar and clarity, to hold submissions and include them at a later date, and to not publish submissions. If your contribution is included in the newsletter, your first name, country, and state drawn from the membership list will be indicated in an author box, but no other information about you will appear.

Last modified August 30, 2006 by Roberta Johnson.

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