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Why hire a higher education writer?

The higher education industry is a rapidly-changing and constantly-evolving one. Across the world, the institutions that prepare minds for productivity and innovation are endlessly fascinating places - a mixture of creativity, debate, business, and so much more.

That fertile ground is also a place that demands plenty of online inquiries. Students, teachers, faculty, and many others are constantly searching for higher education news, strategies, teaching tools, products, and much more. If your website focuses on higher education - or provides services or tools to this market - how can you stand out in a crowded industry?

Bring in the services of a professional, freelance higher education writer to develop the content you need - everything from engaging, keyword-rich blogs to social media posts that get clicks and attention. Freelance higher education writers can quickly and accurately develop this content, so your site's products and services get in front of those who use them.

Ready to get started with a higher education writer? Try Scripted today to find the right higher education writers for your business.

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Kimberly C

Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada • Last online about 11 hours

Kimberly is a Certified Online Business Manager and writer/editor living in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She got started writing her own blog about homeschooling and quickly began writing and editing for various publications, both in print and online. When not writing, you can find Kimberly ferrying her daughter to dance and performing arts endeavours, enjoying directing, acting, singing, and dancing in local productions herself, and helping run the local WordPress Meetup.

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Brian N

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States •

I specialize in creating research-driven and analytical documentation.

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Stasia D

Last online about 3 hours

Stasia has a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education. She spent 15 years working in the public school system before becoming a freelance writer, novelist, and blogger. Her middle grade novel "The Weirder the Better" was released in July 2011 by Black Heron Press. She has since self-published several eBooks and paperbacks. She has completed over a 1,000 articles in a wide range of subjects. Stasia has specific writing experience in the fields of education, health, fitness, technology, and law.

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Beth W

Last online 21 minutes

I am an experienced freelance writer with a rich background in teaching, ad creation, and healthcare publications. I have served as an editor of the historic Monroe County Appeal newspaper, been a contributing editor to Maine St. Magazine, and written articles for numerous websites, including Doctor Wise and 50plus-lifestyle.com. My specialties include legal issues, health care, insurance, 50-plus lifestyle concerns, and cybersecurity. Humor is important to me, and I can write satirically as well as seriously. I earned my MFA in creative writing from Spalding University and my MA and BA in English from Truman University.

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Savannah D

Last online 7 days

Savannah Daigle is a content creator based out of Orlando, Florida. She specializes in creating digital marketing materials for hospitality brands including blog posts, social media, and email newsletters. She has extensive experience working in various hospitality and tourism industries, promoting businesses like theme parks, coffee shops, cruises, and campgrounds. When not working from home and taking care of her daughter, Savannah loves exploring everything Florida has to offer with her husband, family, and friends.

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Read Sample Higher Education Blog Posts

The best way to find the perfect higher education content writer for your business is to read writing samples they have published in the past. All Scripted writers offer writing samples to potential clients to showcase their talent and experience. Check out these blog posts from a few of our higher education writers:

ADHD and Private Tutoring: Tailor-Made Strategies

You're a professional tutor and there never seems to be enough time during the sessions. Even in the small space of the meeting room it is often difficult to maintain your student's attention. If the parents allow a phone, it is always out, and even when turned off it seems to have an enticing presence. If the parents do not allow a phone, the student reaches for yours, or looks out the window, or draws pictures on the notebooks or plays with pens, tears up paper, and bounces an erasure on the table. Does this scenario sound familiar? ADHD...

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Theoretical Perspective on Behaviorism and What an Effective Teacher Understands

Effective teachers understand that best practices are rooted in the ability to apply theoretical principles into both their daily interaction with students and into their planning and implementation of instruction. Behaviorism is a form of learning theory that offers specific assistance to teachers in developing instructional strategies. However, it also has limitations that make it impractical to use in some situations. Effective teachers understand that no one theory explains all student learning. History of Behaviorism Behaviorism is one of the oldest forms of learning theory and is based on the assumption that the only scientific way of studying human psychology...

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