Content Development for KG to K12…Reflecting Passion for Exceptional K12 Content Delivery. Developing educational content for K12 can be a demanding process as every bit of information needs to be aligned to the learning objectives and the corresponding standards of the curriculum framework. Apart from that, the content writers, who are often not aware of the pedagogy of certain grade levels, fail to present information in a grade-appropriate manner.
The progression of knowledge and literary skills is an essential factor in developing educational content for K12. It requires the ability to relate prerequisite knowledge and present it interactively. Often, developing content also requires an understanding of aesthetics, which includes the organisation of content, using supporting images and formatting. Many content developers are not well-versed with the tools that can be used to enhance the content. Also, for the clients based in different time zones, maintaining delivery and a meeting schedule can be a hassle.
Often–the magic of writing happens in revision. When you revise, you transform a lumpy first draft into a compelling and cohesive story, cutting filler, strengthening the narrative, and shoring up your story’s foundations. As you edit, that same magic manifests in your prose, helping you transform weak and clumsy writing into a compelling read.
It’s vital to have a journal which is dedicated to promoting interdisciplinary research on STEM Education and goes beyond the traditional disciplinary boundaries—to serve a broad and emergent International Research Community.
Publishing for non-native English speakers is challenging and requires specialist editing support. TAILOR-MADE WORDS create functional editing services that can help upgrade your chances of getting the text published.
Substantive Editing—focuses on clear and effective communication and making the document functional for the reader. More than merely checking spelling, punctuation, and grammar, a substantive edit takes into consideration the structure of the text as a whole.
It has questions like-
- Does the document make sense?
- Is the information structured in a manner that is immediately understandable to the book reviewer?
- Is all the required information included (and the irrelevant one deleted)?
- Can a non-expert understand this?
The chances of a document being accepted for publication significantly get better if it is legible, and the contribution of the writer is immediately identifiable. A funding application has better chances of being successful if its objectives and presentation of the project are documented clearly.
The Versatile Premedia team consists of Subject Matter Experts [SME] specialised in different disciplines, and also grade levels such as Primary, Elementary, Upper Elementary, Secondary and Senior Secondary. All SMEs can create content that is mapped to the learning objectives of the curriculum. The team at Versatile Premedia understand the requirements of the clients, Content Development for KG to K12 and identify the areas of development. We document the required design before developing relevant content. Finally, our editors assess the content for accuracy of information and language.
The six steps of our workflow include- understanding, identifying, documenting, designing, developing, and assessing.
Our Editors are expertise and working in a wide range of editorial services and content enhancement.
Connect with us at www.versatilepremedia.com/typesetting to learn more about our innovative technologies and collaborative ecosystem to achieve a smooth, smart, and productive publishing experience.