Writing for the Educational Market
Module 1: Educational Market and Its Pros and Cons (What is the educational market? Why should you consider this type of writing?)
Module 2: Writing to Educate (What tools will you need to write for the educational market? What are the key differences in writing for this genre?)
Module 3: Sources and Getting an Assignment (Where will you find the information about your topic? How can you get an assignment?)
Wendy Hinote Lanier is a former elementary science teacher, author, and CLASS certified speaker who writes and speaks on a variety of topics related to children, writing, parenting, and Christian living. She writes both fiction and nonfiction for children, and articles and devotional pieces for adults.
Wendy's writing credits include titles for Focus Readers, State Standards Publishing, ABDO Publishing, Lerner Books, KidHaven Press, Lucent Books, and Capstone Press as well as articles in on-line and print publications such as Highlights for Children and Clubhouse Magazine.
Wendy’s educational background includes a B.S. in Speech Communications Disorders, an M.S. in Speech Language Pathology, and an M.Ed. in Elementary Education. During her teaching career, Wendy spent more than 18 years in Texas public and private schools specializing in the areas of science, social studies, and language arts.