Education, Curriculum and Edu-Product Marketing Copy
- Make your curriculum sizzle with a fresh, clear and concise voice. ~Publish-ready editing for K-12 curriculum
- Capture attention and make your product understood with snappy, effective copy. ~Web content and market-driven sales literature for educational products and services.
- Tell the world what you think. ~Ghost blogging service will help you deliver your thoughts cohesively and with persuasion.
Samples of educational writing projects
GreatSchools.org | November 11, 2012 | Falling Short of Failing
GettingSmart.com | September 25, 2012 | Where Arts & Earth Collide: Rethinking School Structures
Why Educational Marketing Copy?
Educational writing is a passion born of experience. Three kids with three distinct educational needs–some met and some not–forced me to research an array educational alternatives. Flipped classroom materials, game-based and blended learning curricula and emerging education concepts give me hope our next generation will experience rich and contextualized learning that mirrors reality.
Coupled with my marketing background, I am the perfect choice to provide empathetic, fresh, understandable copy that reaches your audience–whether teachers, students or parents.
More Educational Writing Projects:
Donor packet, Foundation and Fundraising Copywriting | The Foundation for Promoting Arts Education needed strong, persuasive and orderly writing to attract donor investments for their $12 million LEED certified Children’s Theater project in Redding, CA. Bizziwriter reworked the 14-page hard copy version. Note: The FPAE is still accepting donations if you are so inclined.
USA Today College | September 24, 2012 | CSI for the squeamish: 5 forensic careers that don’t involve blood.
NextStepU | Sept/Oct 2012 | Thinking about military college? 8 Tips to increase your chances for acceptance.
Attention Magnet: Popular high school substitute teacher makes science fun | Redding Record Searchlight, April 24, 2012
Learning by Choice *- W | September 2010 | Homeschool, public or charter school? With so many choices, how does a family choose? This piece looks at benefits to each.