The Art of Teaching:
Sharing Educator Stories

In a continually changing landscape, teachers endure by adapting, improving, and overcoming challenges. Guided by research, data, experience, and passion, they seek to mold and inspire future generations. It is this blend—the art of teaching coupled with the science of learning—that we seek to encourage, foster, and celebrate.

Enjoy reading and watching the real stories of educators below and consider sharing your own.

If you want to connect further with PreK–12 educators across the United States, join our Educators' Community.

Become a Guest Blogger for McGraw Hill

All educators have a story to tell. We want to hear yours. Contribute to The Art of Teaching and join our community of inspirational educators. To be published on our Art of Teaching blog you must:

  • Be a PreK–12 educator or have been one in the past
  • Have a passion for evidence-based teaching strategies that pave the way of success for all learners
  • Have a unique story to tell about your experiences teaching, or tips and strategies you'd like to offer our diverse community of educators
  • Submit original content of at least 800 words, with arguments supported by current and credible research
  • A team of reviewers from McGraw Hill will review your submission. If it's something that fits our criteria, we’ll reach out to you within four weeks to discuss any suggested edits.

If you have additional questions, send us an email to inquire further.