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Writing for Creative Teaching and Learning or Digital Learning

TeachingTimes is looking for high quality content for its Creative Teaching and Learning and Digital Learning Magazines. Do you have experience, resources or research you think would benefit our readership?

Please read the guidelines below and get in touch with jory@teachingtimes.com for further information.



Creative Teaching & Learning

Creative Teaching and Learning is a magazine aimed at teachers, school leaders and educational advisers.

The magazine seeks to explore new approaches to teaching and learning that have the express aim of developing children’s thinking and creative learning skills. The current economic climate requires that we create students with a high degree of adaptive and transferable cognitive and creative skills in order for them to lead successful and fulfilling lives, and for us as a nation to compete in a global marketplace.

The magazine:

  • offers materials and approaches for raising the quality of teaching and learning in all areas of the curriculum
  • promotes teaching that stimulates and challenges learners by encouraging them to question, research and reflect
  • provides ideas and resources to teachers who want to help learners think more creatively and critically and to develop such qualities as reasonableness, independence, persistence and good judgement
  • helps foster enthusiasm for thinking and learning by suggesting alternative approaches to teaching subject content
  • suggests a rage of learning activities out outside the formal school day
  •  encourages discussion and debate about the place of critical and creative thinking in education

With these aims in mind, Creative Teaching and Learning will publish:

  • reports on good teaching for thinking in curriculum areas
  • descriptions of successful methods of teaching thinking and creativity
  • summaries of research
  • teaching resources
  • interviews with key thinkers, writers and teachers
  • clear background articles on relevant theories
  • commentary on educational policy developments


Digital Learning
 
Digital Learning is a magazine aimed at classroom educators, school leaders and those who advise or create policy in relation to education.
 
It aims to help those in education to understand the issues, products, problems and the possibilities associated with new technology in schools.

The magazine seeks to explore creative and innovative approaches to teaching and learning with technology. We aim to offer ideas, research and good practice in responding to technological advancements and issue, be it new pedagogic approaches or resources that support teaching and learning in different ways. It seeks to help teachers navigate the world of technology in ways that support innovative teaching styles and content, and by disseminating experience of what works and what doesn’t.

The magazine:

  • offers materials and approaches for raising the quality of teaching with technology in all areas of the curriculum
  • provides ideas and resources on how to use the latest hardware, software and applications for schools
  • offers detailed expertise on relevant topics, such as safeguarding and integrating ICT into teaching
  • encourages discussion and debate about the role technology plays in education

With these aims in mind, Digital Learning will publish:

  • reports on innovative teaching with technology in curriculum areas
  • summaries of research relating to edtech
  • teaching resources
  • opinion pieces relating to educational technology and policy
  • profiles and links to innovative products

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