Looking for multiple writers who can research and write 300-1000 word articles on various topics related to cognitive and educational neuroscience. We would alos like help with writing up the results of our boundary work in this area.
At Turn-Turtle Educational Media, we are primarily involved in boundary work in educational neuroscience and mind-brain education. It is vital to note that this is nothing like "whole brain" education. We define boundary-work as comprising the processes whereby a proposed boundary between two or more fields of knowledge, in this case education and cognitive neuroscience, is advocated, created, reinforced or challenged.
In order to test the scientific claims of researchers in this field, we develop methodologies and media that apply these theories and then carefully examine the results to see if the applied science actually helps people learn.
As part of our mission we hope to encourage discussion and even debate on topics related to the field of Educational Neuroscience. As such we are looking for writers who can contribute 300-1000 word blog articles and discussion starters.
If your credentials support it, we would prefer that a candidate would be willing to provide articles as the named author as well as a ghostwriter. Otherwise a person who is good at research in this area could simply provide content that could be submitted as company literature (e.g. unnamed blog articles, brochure copy, forum topics, etc.)
Work will be ongoing but we need a significant volume of content at the start. All work must be original and, for the most part, not reused. Online plagiarism tools will be used to verify this.