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Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Germany: Teacher Fellowships for Social Studies Travel

79 Teacher Fellowships for Social Studies Summer Travel PD!

Teaching Traveling: Want a GIANT list of teacher fellowships, grants, scholarships, and summer professional development seminars for social studies and history travel? (Note: If you’re not a social studies educator, keep reading. Many of these programs ARE still open to […]

/ December 9, 2018
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A dramatic castle in Croatia!

How Summer Travel Can Revitalize a Teacher, as Seen on a Croatia Vacation

A castle in the Nogrod Hills region of Hungary, near the village of Holloko. Teaching Traveling: Welcome to Caitlin Ahern, a fellow Massachusetts educator, who’s here to discuss how important vacation travel is to rejuvenating teachers. Caitlin, tell us about […]

/ October 16, 2016
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Michelle and her new best friend during her Masters degree study-abroad program in Heredia, Costa Rica.

A Spanish Teacher, Using Her Summer Vacations to Travel Around the World

Michelle and new friend during her Masters study-abroad program in Heredia, Costa Rica. Teaching Traveling: Want inspiration for how to combine full-time teaching with summer travel around the world? Meet Michelle Weigold, who is doing just that! Michelle, tell us […]

/ July 5, 2016
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Elephant Nature Park, with the elephants and one of the rescued dogs named Ahn.

How to Pay for Travel During Teacher Vacations and Summers by Travel Hacking

Jackie horseback riding in the mountains around inuerto Natales, Chile (near Torres del Paine National Park), Patagonia! Teaching Traveling: Curious how to earn free travel by credit card travel hacks? Welcome to expert, Jackie Sills-Dellegrazie. Jackie, tell us a bit about […]

/ October 15, 2015
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Catherine's Palace in St. Petersburg, Russia.

Fun Summer Classes in Estonia, and the Trans-Siberian Railway!

Nicole (far left) with fellow Trans-Siberian travelers. TT: Welcome to Pennsylvania teacher, Nicole, who as some brilliant resources for traveling and studying in Eastern Europe! Nicole, tell us about yourself. Catherine’s Palace in St. Petersburg, Russia. Nicole: My name is […]

/ November 18, 2014
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Chiang Rai, Thailand: "It's the eye of the tiger!" There was no quick escape- the fence was electrified behind me. One of the posted rules: Don't stick hands or fingers inside the cages. Ironically, you could go in the cages and take photos with the animals.

Secrets of Affordable Summer Vacation Travel!

Chiang Rai, Thailand: “It’s the eye of the tiger!” Karen reports: “There was no quick escape — the fence was electrified behind me. One of the posted rules: Don’t stick hands or fingers inside the cages. Ironically, you could go […]

/ October 20, 2014
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