Writing Opportunities

For secondary English teachers

At Qwiller we are continually on the lookout for teachers who are interested in developing their writing skills through the education market and contributing to the development of students’ English and creative writing skills.

All of us at Qwiller had to start somewhere and so we would like to give you the same opportunity to get published. There are four ways you could get published and/or be involved with Qwiller. Click on the links below to find out more.

 

Writing English resources

Writing creative writing and English units of work and or work ebooks

Writing and facilitating online creative writing courses

Facilitating online creative writing mentoring

Expressions of interest

 

1. Writing English resources

Submit any number of English resources you have developed as part of your teaching practice over the years that you deem valuable to other teachers and students. These can be about any aspect of studying and learning English in Secondary schools. They are not restricted to creative writing. For example units of work or programs on a film or poetry, one off lessons on grammar or analysing text types and notes on a particular novel or short story.

Your resources will go in the members area under the ‘free writing resources’ section. We encourage all teachers to share their resources as we believe that we all have something worthwhile to offer each other as teachers. You need to be willing to allow people to download these freely as we do not pay for this service. Click here to find out more about our free writing resources.

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2. Writing creative writing and English units of work and/or work ebooks

These are the e-resources we write for teachers and students. A certain amount of experience teaching English and developing English programs and lessons, commitment and time are required to produce these e-resources. There’s a particular format that we follow, but we are always open to new and innovative methods.

We are looking for teachers who have great ideas and the ability to transform these ideas into e-resources that are engaging, practical and accessible for teachers and students.

You will receive payment for your work in the form of royalties or a one-off payment fee. Click here for more information about the individual units of work and work ebooks we offer at Qwiller.

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3. Writing and facilitating online creative writing courses

These are the courses we run twice a year for junior and senior students interested in developing their creative writing skills, independent of the school system. You would be responsible for writing the course, learning how to use Moodle to deliver the course (if you don’t already know), and facilitating the course.

Again we are looking for teachers who have great ideas and the ability to transform these into online courses that are engaging, practical and accessible for students. Experience in creative writing is an advantage, but not compulsory.

You will receive payment for your work in the form of payment per participant. Click here for more information about the online creative writing courses we offer at Qwiller.

These courses will begin in 2013.

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4. Facilitating online creative writing mentoring

We offer online creative writing mentoring for secondary students interetsed in developing their creative writing skills independent of the school system. Click here for more information about online creative writing mentoring.

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Expressions of interest

If you are interested in becoming involved, please send an email with your expression of interest. Click here to contact Qwiller.

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