TTW Facilitators Chris and Peter in Ljubljana, Slovenia

Inexpensive Accommodation for Teacher Travel!

One of the most daunting obstacles of travel is MONEY. Most notably: how can a teacher (on a teacher’s salary) pay for a hotel every night? Thank goodness there are innovative international communities to make exploring the world more affordable! […]

/ November 29, 2010
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From Stay-at-Home Mom to International Programs Director

The family in Peru for whom Jacquie’s students built a stove. An inspiring story of a stay at home mom who decided to change her career to focus on global education! TeachingTraveling.com: Welcome, Jacquie! Tell us about yourself. Jacquie: I […]

/ November 28, 2010
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Finding an ESL Job in South Korea with Reach to Teach

Elizabeth with students (and a waterfall!) in South Korea. Today we have a fascinating account from an Irish lass who is teaching in South Korea. Take it away, Elizabeth! Hi! My name’s Elizabeth O’Hagan. I’m 24 years old, and from […]

/ November 23, 2010
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A Teacher in Cambodia with United Planet, Plus Greece Tours

Abbie with students at the Cambodia orphanage. TeachingTraveling.com: Welcome, Abbie! Please tell us about your background. Abbie: I live in Southern California, where I have been with my boyfriend for the last 5 years. We moved here from the east […]

/ November 22, 2010
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A TEFL Teacher’s NGO to Empower Gabon Slavery Victims

Natalie, extreme ironing in Peru with extreme leopard print tights! TeachingTraveling.com: Today I am thrilled to introduce the woman who taught my amazing month-long TEFL certification course in Costa Rica: Natalie! Natalie, please tell us a bit about yourself. Natalie: […]

/ November 21, 2010
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Working and Teaching Around the World

Travis, triumphant after climbing Mt. Fuji in Japan! TeachingTraveling.com: Howdy, Travis Ball! Tell us about yourself. Travis: I grew up in a small town called Los Angeles, California and, aside from travel, have lived in Southern California all my life. […]

/ November 19, 2010
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