Write For Us About Social-emotional Learning and School Well-being


Do you wish to contribute an article or a story about social-emotional learning and school well-being?

School Day is looking for guest bloggers to write for us original articles related to school well-being and social-emotional learning to better contribute to the global education community – so, get in touch and write for us!  

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What Kind of Content Are We Looking for at School Day?

We are looking for professionals of education with a passion for writing, blogging, or vlogging, looking to get published and gain more exposure online. Interest in topics such as education, school well-being, social-emotional learning (SEL), the U.S. education system, and student mental health is naturally required!

Our broad community of education professionals ranges from teachers to principals and school psychologists to district leaders from all over the world. School Day has thousands of monthly website visitors and thousands of highly engaged followers across our social media platforms. 

The Categories We Are Looking For Include:

  • Social-emotional learning, school well-being, and student mental health 
  • Ways is which SEL can be a powerful tool for creating just, caring, and inclusive schools that equip every student to find their own voice 
  • Find and share resources for creating a healthy school culture for helping students develop skills to manage their emotions, resolve conflicts, and make responsible decisions 
  • Education industry professional, pioneer, insider interviews and/or responses to their content 
  • Any kind of original - written, photo, or video - content about the education industry 
  • A few exemplary titles:  
    • “How Does SEL Support Equity?”  

    • “Best Ways to Integrate Social-Emotional Learning Throughout the Day” 

    • “Why is School Well-being Important?” 

    • “Biggest Uncertainties and How to Deal with Them Through SEL” 

    • “Why Should You Incorporate Teacher Well-being to Your School” 

Editorial Guidelines and Procedures:

  • Quality: Articles should be an original and detailed representation of the chosen topic, and a minimum of 250 words. Quality is our main requirement for potential publication 
  • Self-Promotion: We allow genuine self-promotion and backlinks to your website/social media in a way that seems natural to readers 
  • Images: Send/Share us a link to any images that support your article. We will work with you to make your article fit School Day’s content guidelines 
  • Video: Youtubers and other video creators are encouraged to contact us via email regarding the content they want to have published on our YouTube channel or any other social media platform 
  • Credit and Copyright: We live by the rule of always giving the authors and creators credit they deserve. This includes both giving you credit for your work, as well as giving any other contributors the credit they deserve if you used their ideas, photos, text, or other content in your work. Submitting your work to School Day’s blog or social channels gives us Copyright Ownership of the piece. We monitor crediting closely, and if we suspect copying someone’s work without due credit, we will instantly remove your post from our channels 
  • Our Audience: Consists of 65% female, 35% male, of which 75% are 18-44 years old and 25% are 45-65+ years old - primarily living in United States, United Kingdom, Canada, and Finland 
  • Reusing Your Work: It is ok for you to repost your work on your website, blog, social media, etc. only after we have published your work on School Day’s website. This is because of our SEO (Search Engine Optimization) efforts to have your article rank well in organic search results – thus giving it the most exposure possible  
  • We will do our best to help you with gathering any supporting materials you might need for your article, such as finding photographs to bring your story to life or by introducing you to an industry insider if you feel like interviewing or talking with one would improve your piece. Moreover, we can help you to translate your article from Finnish to English if needed 

Submissions:

Please submit your detailed ideas or fully completed articles about social-emotional learning and school well-being via email to info (at) schoolday dot com 

Preferred formats are shared Google Docs and Microsoft Word. Images and video are preferred as a link to a cloud-sharing platform. 

Don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions you might have!

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