Wednesday, January 27, 2010

How to Self-Publish Your Teacher Materials

I just wrote his article, check it out:


  1. Just read your article on eHow--I didn't know about Create Space, and that's definitely something I'm going to look into. I'm a 6th grade city English teacher: Earlier this year I tried publishing a children's book on Lulu called Ug Goes Out, about "a caveman who learns who he truly is."

    I found the experience challenging and esthetically rewarding, if not financially lucrative. I'd like to turn the book into a series about mythical characters living in suburbia whose plights allegorize various real-life special needs that my students have. What do you think?

    I recently started a blog that evaluates new technology and technology news from a teacher's perspective at --if you get a moment, stop by and download a free preview of "Ug Goes Out."

    Thanks again for your article!

  2. Check out this website, it also has great tools for teachers... As educators we have to stick together.

  3. I just set up a store on Teachers Pay Teachers and have started making money right away. A few hundred dollars a month can make a huge difference! Please "follow" my store at "The Music Teacher Store" on Tpt. Good luck to all of my fellow teachers out there!