Guest Authors

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Please complete the Guest Author form if you'd like to become a guest blogger. Before completing this form, be sure to read the guidelines by uploading them from this link.  Looking forward to hearing from you. Check out our amazing authors below!

Carolyn Wilhelm - Author/Blogger
Carolyn Wilhelm, BS Elementary Ed, MA Gifted Ed, MS K-12 Curriculum and Instruction, NBCT 2004-2014 Middle Childhood Generalist. She is also a contributor to many other educational and blogger sites.  Check out her pages for freebies, resources, and information to use in your classroom.

The Wise Owl Factory

The Wise Owl Factory


Adrianne Meldrum - Kid's Cog Works/The Tutor House
I've been tutoring for the past 6 years here in my home.  I tutor mostly middle school students in math.  I started this blog in 2011 to put all my fun games for tutoring in one place and to keep track of fun things that I've found blog hopping.

I have a Degree in Elementary Education with an Early Childhood Minor.  I never would have thought that later in my life, middle schoolers would bring so much joy to me each time I tutor.

Kids Cog Works

The Tutor House

Heidi Raki - Raki's Rad Resources  

My name is Heidi Raki and I am the author of the Raki's Rad Resources blog.  Currently, I teach first grade at an American School in Casablanca, Morocco. Previously, I taught Technology Skills and Writing at a low income school in Georiga, USA. Before that, I taught Third Grade at the same school for four years. As a teacher, I focus on project based, differentiated, brain based learning.
Raki's Rad Resources

The Resourceful Teacher - Teacher/Blogger

The Resourceful Teacher is an anonymous blogger with over 10 years experience teaching Kindergarten through Fifth grade.  Her website is a great resource full of teaching tips, project ideas, reproducible s, and templates. The site also hosts a blog which highlights all the day-to-day events in the life of a teacher, as well as tips & ideas for your classroom.

The Resourceful Teacher Blog


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