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!

What grew this year?

Which Teaching Traveling Articles Are Most Useful and Popular?

Hello from Lillie, founder of Teaching Traveling! I created this site in 2010, meaning that, as of this writing, this travel and global education blog is now 7 years old, and boasts almost 300 interviews with Teacher-Travelers of all sorts. […]

/ December 29, 2017
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Irvin (on the left) volunteering in the Dominican Republic.

You Don’t Have to Wait Until You’re Old or Rich to Travel, High Schoolers!

Irvin (on the left) volunteering in the Dominican Republic. Teaching Traveling: Looking for an opportunity for student travel to volunteer abroad? See this story from New York high school student, Irvin Solano, about how he was able to volunteer in […]

/ December 4, 2017
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Learn Steph's tips to travel the world affordably as a student!

Student Travel Ideas: Study Abroad and Programs When Money is Tight

Learn Steph’s tips to travel the world affordably as a student! Teaching Traveling: Curious about how travel as a student can lead to a lifetime of inspiration and opportunities? Today we have a special interviewee: Steph Alexandre, who was one […]

/ August 9, 2017
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Sally in the Galapagos Islands.

A Job Teaching Parents How to Travel Better, With Kids or in Groups

Sally in the Galapagos Islands. Teaching Traveling: Welcome to Sally Black, a professional teacher of travel! Sally, tell us about yourself. Sally: Full disclosure, I am not a traditional teacher in a classroom. Rather, I teach parents to learn to […]

/ July 28, 2017
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A piece by David called "Human Terrain 25."

This Man Draws Fictional Maps on People’s Skin, and the Results are Beautiful!

How cool is this human map? Teaching Traveling: Talk about a creative career — here’s a man who draws fictional maps ON people! David Nuttall is the founder of Artimaps: “Hand drawn plausible fictitious maps,” located in one of the […]

/ June 12, 2017
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Who is the person behind "Teaching With Heart, Fire, & Poetry?"

Thank You Letters for Teachers on the Next Level in this Project

Who is the person behind “Teaching With Heart, Fire, & Poetry?” Teaching Traveling: Can we enhance the classic thank you note to teacher? Let’s chat with the founder of the “Thank You, Teachers” project, Megan Scribner, about how to support teachers […]

/ May 21, 2017
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