Category: Curriculum

Global education resources and ideas for the classroom and beyond. Teach your students and children about the world through these lessons, books, stories, websites, and more!

Tori NoIchi Festival in Tokyo, Japan: Multicultural education and family travel

Multicultural Education Resources from a Family Travel Expert

Exploring Seoul, Korea with multicultural love! Teaching Traveling: Interested in educational resources and family travel tips to raise multicultural kids? Let’s welcome an expert in this field: Lynne Raspet! Lynne, tell us about your background. Lynne and family in Angkor […]

/ December 29, 2018
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Boston Museum of Science electricity

Ever Considered Museum Jobs in STEM Education?

Teaching Traveling: There are numerous career paths in STEM education, but what about museum jobs? Today, we welcome experienced educator, Sharon Horrigan, from Boston’s Museum of Science. Sharon, tell us about yourself. Sharon doing a liquid nitrogen demonstration at the […]

/ December 3, 2018
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A view of Paris from Notre Dame Cathedral.

6 Teacher Travel Grants for History and Social Studies Educators

Shane and family at the Louvre in Paris as part of an exchange trip with students. Teaching Traveling: Are you a Social Studies or History teacher interested in funded professional development opportunities that involve travel, either domestically or abroad? Let’s […]

/ October 20, 2018
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Tara Thomas at the Liberty Bell at the Freedoms Foundation Seminar.

Why Teacher Travel Grants Need Educators of Color, and 8 Ways Programs Can Foster Diversity

Teacher Dunn Woods in Japan with the Oleander Initiative. Hello! I’ve been running Teaching Traveling for 8 years now, and have published over 300 interviews with Teacher-Travelers. A concerning pattern has emerged, however, that I am hoping this article can […]

/ October 13, 2018
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Waiting to fill water jugs in South Sudan.

Fundraising for Wells in South Sudan from “A Long Walk to Water”

A completed water well in South Sudan! One of the best books I’ve read with my middle school students is A Long Walk to Water. The book is based on the true story of Salva Dut, one of the “Lost Boys of Sudan” who […]

/ August 17, 2018
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Pittsburgh from the North Shore River Trail.

The Expert Behind the Pittsburgh Blog, “Discover the Burgh”

Jeremy and Angie, with Pittsburgh, PA shining below. Teaching Traveling: Teaching others about your city is a beautiful form of eduction! Welcome to Jeremy Jones, who runs a popular Pittsburgh blog with his wife, Angie. Jeremy, tell us about your […]

/ April 23, 2018
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