We actively look for people with experience teaching kids about programming, making, and computer science to write about their experiences. We pay for reprints and original articles. Each article is 500-700+ words depending on how much the writer wants to write. Readers are kids, teachers, parents, and librarians.
For writers, it’s a chance to reflect and summarize your activities, or explore new technologies. For readers, it’s a way to learn practical information about technologies, ideas, and projects they might not know about.
We’re currently looking for writers with these areas of expertise:
- Teaching kids ages 5-8 about programming, making, and computer science.
- Makerspace and other hands on projects suitable for kids of all ages.
- Teachers and technology professionals to write about the computer science and programming world outside the US, in particular, Latin America, Europe, Africa, and other parts of the world.
In addition to payment, regular contributions (4+ articles in a year) include a print + online magazine subscription. Articles are due the last week of even-numbered months. Payment is on publication.
If you’re interested, please use this form to contact us. We’d love to hear from you.