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How Can I Help You Today?
Here are eight ways I can help you. Use the contact form above to reach me.
- Subscribe to my updates. I publish 3-5 blog posts per week. I cover topics including teaching, technology, productivity and inspiration. By subscribing, you’ll get exclusive offers, ideas, and information I don’t share anywhere else.
- Listen to my show. I have a bi-weekly show, Every Classroom Matters. I interview the best educators from around the world. You can subscribe on iTunes.
- Book me as a speaker. I’ve spoken at more than fifty events in twenty-three states in the last seven years and keynoted events for conferences, corporations, trade associations, schools, and districts. Because I teach full
time in the classroom, I limit the number of invitations I accept during the school year. (When I do speak, you’ll get the latest practices from a practicing teacher’s classroom.
- Check out my classroom store. I have one on Teachers Pay Teachers and here on this site.
- Check out my books. Reinventing Writing and Flattening Classrooms, Engaging Minds are leading-edge books for busy teachers and my free ebook 10 Habits of Bloggers that Win that I give to anyone who signs up for my email list.
- Interview me. I love to make time for podcasters, reporters, or other bloggers if you think what I share will be helpful to your audience. To set an time for an interview, fill out the form.
- Advertise. Every Classroom Matters continues to top the K-12 iTunes list in the Education category. With more than 130,000 downloads a month (and counting), this show is a powerful way to reach an audience of passionate but busy teachers.
- Search my site. Here on this blog, I’ve written 3500+ blog posts. Just use the search box in the upper right-hand corner of this page. My bi-weekly show, Every Classroom Matters, is another free resource full of ideas. I share many technology tutorials from my YouTube channel.
We are part of a greater purpose to make the world a better place through our individual classrooms. We can do this and help kids love learning. More importantly, we can introduce children — one by one — to a brighter future. Let’s do this.
With all my respect and gratitude,