Teacherlingo is an online community created by Teachers for Teachers.
Every day, our bloggers post dozens of entries about all things related to being a teacher. One day you might read about a class project idea, see photos of a bench someone’s students built or watch an interview on professional development. The next day you might read about a teacher’s strike, tips on balancing work and home or watch a workout a teacher does in between classes to stay fit.
It’s our bloggers’ job to lead the conversation. We encourage you to join the conversation by commenting on their posts. Many of our bloggers are also on Twitter and host their own meet-ups offline. To find out more about our bloggers, including how to contact them directly, please see their individual about me pages.
We are always looking for more bloggers to join TeacherLingo. If you have an existing blog or an idea for a blog, we’d like to hear from you. Please email us directly.
TeacherLingo should belong to its contributors and users. We want the community to evolve as they see fit. To foster that evolution, we impose as few rules as possible. You can read what we expect in our blogger guidelines, community guidelines and comments policy.
Most questions about TeacherLingo are answered in our FAQ page. If you have a question and don’t see it answered there, or you have other feedback about the site, please email us directly. We look forward to hearing from you and seeing you around the site