An International Educator in Bangladesh, Dubai, Japan, Australia, and U.S.A.

Women carrying wood in Srimangal, Bangladesh, 1997 TeachingTraveling.com: Thanks for chatting with us, Kelly! Tell us about yourself. Kelly: I’ve been an educator for 18 years, though I didn’t take a traditional path into the profession, having interrupted my undergraduate […]

/ November 17, 2010
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The Author of a Teacher Resource Website goes RTW!

Students in Ecuador relax after a field trip to Quito’s historical district. So cute! TeachingTraveling.com: Great to meet you, Myscha! Please tell us a bit about your background. Myscha: I graduated from the University of Southern Maine in 1990, and […]

/ November 16, 2010
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Teaching English in South Korea with Reach to Teach Recruiting

Shirlen at a festival in South Korea… with Devil horns! Interested in teaching abroad? Hear details from Shirlen, a Houston, Texas native, about how she found and began a teaching job in Uijeongbu, South Korea! Take it away, Shirlen: As […]

/ November 15, 2010
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How Latin America Travel Shaped a U.S. Teacher

Playa Maderas on the South West side of Nicaragua… GORGEOUS. TeachingTraveling.com: Hello there, Tamera! Tell us about yourself! Tamera: I am originally from South Florida where I attended Palm Beach County of the Arts (now known as Dryfoos School of […]

/ November 11, 2010
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Why Travel Enhances You as a Teacher

Carla at a Madrasati school in Jordan. TeachingTraveling.com: Hallo, Carla! Tell us about yourself. Carla: My name is Carla Moreno and I am 37 years old. I was born in New Orleans, Louisiana and raised in Houston, TX. I’m a […]

/ November 9, 2010
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From Aboriginal Australia, to RTW, to Teaching in Indonesia!

Treen on an elelephant! Are you ready for a giantly awesome tale? Let’s hand it over to Treen to read the story of the first 34 years of her teaching traveling life! My name is Katrina and I come from […]

/ November 8, 2010
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