Guest posting is as important for an education technology company as it is for a software as a service brand. And just like with the SaaS industry, there are plenty of edtech guest post publishers that you can pitch your ideas to.

You don’t need to go looking for them, though. Below we’ve curated a list of 14 high authority education technology blogs looking for guest posts from experts just like you.


EdSurge is at the journalistic forefront of education technology, using award-winning journalism to research, report and analyze developments in the sector. What started as a single newsletter in 2011 is now a multimedia organization, including a newsroom, podcast, jobs board and research division.

What you need to know when guest posting:

  • Articles should be between 700 to 900 words.
  • Offer a fresh perspective.
  • Include a brief bio.
  • You retain copyright and grant nonexclusive use to EdSurge.

Visit their website to see EdSurge’s editorial guidelines in full and submit your post.

EdTech Digest

EdTech Digest covers the industry from almost every angle. The site is color-coded and split into three sections. Gold topics include edtech tools and innovations, purple covers leadership interviews and blue topics cover trends and insights. Whatever topic you can cover, EdTech Digest wants to hear from you.

What you need to know when guest posting:

  • Posts should cover one of the three topics listed above.
  • Must have a background in edtech.

More information can be found on the EdTech Digest website.


EdTechReview is a leading media platform connecting teachers and other education professionals with news, information and resources on everything edtech. It boasts over 120,000 subscribers and an annual readership of 3 million people worldwide.

What you need to know when guest posting:

  • The target audience should be anyone involved in the edtech community.
  • Aim for a unique topic or angle.
  • No self-promotion.
  • Include an 80-word bio.
  • Include credited images and photos.

More information on guest posting and how to apply to EdTechReview can be found here.

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The Educator’s Room

The Educator’s Room is a community of teachers and industry leaders who share their thoughts and opinions on all areas of education. Topics include teaching advice on all subjects, dealing with life as a teacher, special education and, of course, education technology.

What you need to know when guest posting:

  • Articles should be written by current or retired educators.
  • Length should be between 1000-1500 words.
  • Full drafts preferred.

For more information on guest posting and how to apply visit The Educator’s Room’s submission page.

The Edvocate

The Edvocate is a major advocate for education reform in the U.S. It aims to be an architect of a reorganization of the country’s P-20 system to revive and improve the state of learning. As part of that, it regularly publishes articles on all areas of education, including edtech.

What you need to know when guest posting:

  • Articles should be between 600-1000 words in length.
  • Avoid using subheadings and bullet points.
  • Include sources.

See more details on The Edvocate Write For Us page.


eLearningInside is an independent media company covering online learning and education technology. The site covers all areas of learning, including K-12, higher education and open online courses. Content comes in all shapes and sizes, including but not limited to reviews, analysis, thought pieces and interviews.

What you need to know when guest posting:

  • Unique article free from plagiarism.
  • A minimum of 500 words.
  • Two subheadings minimum.
  • Submissions are accepted from anyone with a background in education technology.

Learn how to apply to eLearningInside on their Write for Us page.


EmergingEdTech is the blog founded by Kelly Walsh, who is also a chief information officer and instructor at The College of Westchester in White Plains, NY. In the blog, he shares insights and strategies on incorporating technology in the classroom, as well as reviews of the best tools.

What you need to know about guest posting:

  • Articles must concern education technology.

Use EmergingEdTech’s contact form to submit your pitch.

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Getting Smart

Getting Smart is a learning design firm seeking to deliver high-quality learning opportunities to kids of all ages everywhere. As part of that mission, Getting Smart encourages learning in public and amplifying innovations in teaching. They seek insights from educational leaders and opinions on innovative educational practices.

What you need to know when guest posting:

  • Articles must be between 600-1000 words.
  • Include real-life non-stock photos.
  • Casual writing style encouraged.
  • Let your personality show.

Find out more about contributing to Getting Smart on their Write for Us page.

Innovate My School

Innovate My School is part community, part blog and part networking event organizer. The company has a decade of experience running free networking events for teachers. It also provides a place for educators to share their ideas and experiences, particularly when it comes to incorporating technology into the classroom. The site is widely read and has over 20,000 Twitter followers, making it a great place to establish your expertise.

What you need to know when guest posting:

  • Articles must be unique and exclusive to Innovate My School.
  • Articles should be between 500-1500 words.
  • Include an 80-word bio.
  • Images are welcome but not a prerequisite.
  • Let your personality show.

More advice on guest posting can be found here. Visit Innovate My School to apply. is the home of edtech entrepreneur Mayuresh Shilotri. Alongside other topics like product design and book reviews, Shilotri writes regularly about how to use educational technology in the classroom. He publishes most pieces himself, but he also accepts regular guest contributions.

What you need to know when guest posting:

  • Tutorials, opinion pieces and guides are welcome.
  • Submissions must come from individuals.
  • Blatantly promotional pieces will be rejected.

Find out more about the submission process on Shilotri’s Write for Us page.


Sphero’s goal is to transform the way kids K-12 learn about STEAM subjects through coding robots, apps and build kits. The company also runs an informative blog full of ideas and advice for teachers. They’re always looking for teachers, educators and administrators to share their knowledge. You’ll submit your idea first; if accepted, Sphero will contact you about the draft submission process.

What you need to know about guest posting:

  • A minimum of 700 words is required.
  • Use AP style and the Oxford comma.
  • Cite relevant sources and include acceptable links.
  • Back up claims.
  • Include a bio of no more than 250 words.

Read Sphero’s guest posting guidelines for more information and how to apply.

Teacher Prep Tech

Teacher Prep Tech is a teacher training blog created by Patricia Dickenson, an associate professor at National University in California. Her focus is on helping other teachers better incorporate technology into their lesson plans and pedagogical approaches to technology integration.

What you need to know when guest posting:

  • Content must be unique and between 800-2000 words.
  • Articles must include sources and images.
  • No promotion.
  • Focus on pedagogy and practice, with research to support your ideas.

For more details and to submit your guest post, see Teacher Prep Tech.

The Tech Edvocate

The Tech Edvocate is the sister publication of The Edvocate. As a separate publication, however, it’s possible to submit guest posts to both sites. The Tech Edvocate focuses exclusively on the role and benefits of technology in education, covering topics like assistive technologies, K-12 edtech and online learning.

What you need to know when guest posting:

  • Content must be unique and 600-1000 words in length.
  • Avoid bullet points and subheads.
  • Provide sources.

Find out more and submit your article by reading The Tech Edvocate’s Submission Guidelines.

Whooo’s Reading

Whooo’s Reading is another blog dedicated to covering how teachers can incorporate education technology into their lessons to deliver better outcomes for students. Topics include edtech strategies, reading improvement and fun for teachers.

What you need to know when guest posting:

  • Articles should be between 600-1500 words.
  • Personal experience is mandatory.
  • Two non-promotional links allowed per article.
  • Articles must be promoted on your social channels.
  • Include links to previous work in your pitch email.

Apply here to guest post for Whooo’s Reading.

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