Nearpod Author Application
Thank you for your interest in the Nearpod Author's Program! We will be using this information to select a handful of promising educators to join us in curating outstanding lessons that will be featured in the Nearpod Store. Please fill out the form as accurately as possible.

We review applications based on the criteria listed in the Nearpod Lesson Approval Checklist (accessible at the URL https://goo.gl/5w9zp6) and recommend that you use this criteria in preparing your demo lesson. Please note that applications that do not include a demo lesson will not be considered.

Have questions? Email us at authors@nearpod.com!

Full Name
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Nearpod username
Name of school or institute
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Location of school or institute
(City, State, Country)
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Title of your best lesson
Unfortunately, we are not accepting elementary lessons on the moon for review at this time. Please make sure your chosen lesson meets the points listed in the Nearpod Lesson Approval Checklist (accessible at the URL https://goo.gl/5w9zp6). Initially, we will review only this one presentation; we may ask you for additional presentations during the application process.
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Share your demo lesson.
Here's how! From your Nearpod account, go to My Library. When you pass the cursor over your demo lesson in the library, you will be prompted to "Save." Once your lesson has been saved, the prompts will change to "Live session" and "Student paced." Click on the three white dots in the corner, and the option to "Export PDF" will now appear. Save the PDF of your lesson where you can access it again, and then include it as an attachment in an email to emilyf@nearpod.com with subject line "DEMO LESSON PDF."
How well do you know the Nearpod platform?
How comfortable are you leveraging each of Nearpod's interactive features in a lesson?
For which subjects and grades are you interested in creating lessons?
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Are there any specific topics you would like to create lessons on? Try to organize content ideas into 5-lesson units.
ex: Grades 9-12 Social Studies-Europe in the Middle Ages; Grades 2-3 English Language Arts-Writing
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What research-based pedagogy or lesson sequence do your Nearpod lessons follow?
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Have you applied to the Nearpod Author's Program in the past?
Is there any additional information that you wish to share with us?
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