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This page contains posts from guest bloggers on a wide range of topics!

Our first Guest Post comes from founder and CEO of TheWheelEdu, Michael De Main. If you have wondered what people are talking about when they discuss Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and keywords, you are not alone! When a reader asked me about them, I immediately put out a call for help, and Michael came through! SEO for Teacher Authors was originally published on The Wheel 7 November 2019, and is presented here in its entirety.

De-Stress Through Gardening : In this post, guest blogger Patience Meliora, a teacher and true citizen of the world, tells of her early introductions to nature and the life-long calming effects she's found, and discusses how she finds relaxation and solace within her gardens at home in Texas.

In this guest post, Science teacher and Teacher-Author Sarah Renish discusses adding Boom! Cards (TM) to your teacher toolbox! Guest Post: Adding BOOM! Cards (TM) to Your Toolbox  by Sarah Renish.

In this post, Sarah Renish returns to discuss the advantages of Using Edpuzzles in the Classroom and for Data Informed Instruction.

Once again we are joined by Sarah Renish, this time to inform us on the use of Quizizz! Quizizz: Providing Data to Inform Instruction in a Manner Students LOVE!

In this post, new teacher-author entrepreneur Cortney Gaynes tells us how she went from her first product on March 31 to over 1,000 followers of her store in How Giveaways Build a Business.

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