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Re: Sharing /getting published

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MaryAnn Kohl (maryann)
Tue, 20 Apr 99 23:08:03 -0700

> I have several lessons that I feel are good enough to publish if I could
>ever get off my butt to do so.

I would be happy to help you learn how to get your teaching ideas
published -- if you have any questions I can answer. I've been at this
for 12 years and have learned a few things about it at this point! My
first books were "self-published", but it's very time consuming and I'm
not sure I recommend it if you are already very busy. However, it is a
good alternative to being published by a bigger house. Not much in the
way of income in the beginning, but as it develops, you can earn a
similar income to teaching....more if you want to do lots and lots of
consulting, which is hard but rewarding. It's nice because you still work
with kids a lot too.... and adults who teach kids. I like that part ...
helping adult teachers learn how to use art in their classrooms. Anyway,
if you have any questions, give me a call... 800-480-4278 is my toll free
number. I would be happy to answer questions about how to get your
teaching ideas published. Many teachers have done it... in fact, most of
the "teacher books" are by, yep, former teachers!! Give me a buzz if I
can help.

MaryAnn F. Kohl (WA)

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