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!

Chelsea, jumping for joy at the Taj Mahal, India.

Chelsea: Global Education for Kids With an Online Program

Chelsea, jumping for joy at the Taj Mahal, India. Teaching Traveling: Have you been seeking a way to connect your children or students to the world without leaving home? Read about how Chelsea Rae Schmidt’s Big Earth Explorers can do […]

/ May 19, 2012
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My students in Ghana reading a blog article I wrote about them!

Join the Education Bloggers Facebook Group and Twitter Chat!

My students in Ghana reading a blog article I wrote about them! I had just finished a presentation on Global Education during the EdCamp Boston Conference, and was happily schmoozing in the Education Bloggers discussion group. As we sat in […]

/ May 6, 2012
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World Stop TB Day is March 24, 2012!

Why is Stop Kony Getting More Press Than World Stop TB Day?

World Stop TB Day is March 24, 2012! Image from MyStopTB.org I have a message for you from my friend who is a doctor in Mozambique. “It’s painful,” my friend wrote to me yesterday, “that the Stop Kony campaign has […]

/ March 21, 2012
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A photo I snapped in Thailand, on AroundTheWorldL.com

A Free Program for Kids Age 14-18 to Learn Travel Blogging!

A photo I snapped in Thailand, which you can find on AroundTheWorldL.com Great opportunity alert! Do you know any kids age 14-18 who are interested in travel blogging? Tell them to click THIS LINK to get information on how to […]

/ February 12, 2012
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Sogakope students (not the bullies!)

Nyamata: A Ghana Student’s Day of Half Joy and Half Pain

Me teaching in Sogakope, Ghana last year! Note from Lillie Marshall of TeachingTraveling.com: Last year at this time, I was in my third of three glorious months volunteer teaching in Ghana. Now, back home in Boston, it is a joy […]

/ March 17, 2011
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Wonderful, thoughtful, brave traveler ShiSha!

A Boston Student Sees Egypt Protests First-Hand

Amazing news for all of you who have been wondering about the fate of ShiSha, who wrote the amazing article about going from failing high school to study abroad in Egypt. Not only is ShiSha safely back in Boston, but […]

/ February 12, 2011
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