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!

Helping elephants in Thailand.

International Service Learning for College Credit with BLV

Interested in volunteering abroad? Curious about programs to explore other countries while helping? Learn about a great opportunity to do service learning internationally and get college credit at the same time. Teaching Traveling: Welcome to Stacie Freeman, a college professor […]

/ December 20, 2019
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Children's book about famous writers

A Children’s Book to Teach About Famous Global Authors

Want to teach kids about writers from around the world? A BU professor has created a children’s book that takes young people on a global trip to learn about famous authors! Teaching Traveling: Let’s welcome Humanities professor, Sheila Cordner. Sheila, […]

/ November 10, 2019
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Marshall Memo professional development book for school improvement

THE Book for School Improvement: Best of the Marshall Memo!

Want a professional development book to improve a whole school, or just make your own teaching and leadership better? I’m thrilled to announce a text that complies the most useful research on learning and educational leadership: The Best of the […]

/ September 28, 2019
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Pandas in Beijing, China!

Visiting Beijing as a Proud Parent at the Paralympic Games

From the Great Wall of China to pandas and other attractions… This mother explored all around Beijing while seeing her son compete in the Paralympics. The Bird’s Next Stadium in Beijing, China. Teaching Traveling: Welcome, Lesley! Tell us about your […]

/ July 12, 2019
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Microaggressions

Examples of Microaggressions: a Lesson and Definition in Cartoons

  Everyday language can hurt. These drawings show how words can offend, even when not meant to. In our increasingly interconnected world, ultimately every teacher — and person — needs skills to bring understanding and respectful norms to diverse groups. […]

/ June 16, 2019
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Upside down house

Malaysia Touring Fun: Upside-Down House and Educational Homestay

Teaching Traveling: Looking for ideas about touring Malaysia in an educational yet delightful way?  Welcome back to my esteemed former student, Steph Alexandre, who just returned from a tour of Malaysia relevant to Global Education. Steph loved touring Malaysia! Steph, […]

/ April 9, 2019
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