Category: Teaching for Travelers

How to pay for travel by teaching abroad or volunteering, even without prior experience. These interviews with real Teacher-Travelers will inspire and assist you on your journey!

Volcan Arenal Volcano in Costa Rica

TEFL Certification Can Lead to Surprising Jobs and Opportunity

Certification in TEFL, Teaching English as a Foreign Language, can help teach abroad… and much more.  Here is one example of how a TEFL course opened doors for travel and a variety of jobs. Tishely Hiking Rainbow Mountain in Peru. […]

/ June 20, 2019
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A rock silhouette of a woman's face in Indonesia.

Tutoring Spanish Lessons Online to Fund Nomadic Travel

Curious about earning money by teaching language classes online? Teaching Traveling: Let’s welcome Libe, who is in the process of doing this! Libe, tell us about your background. Libe in Australia at the Twelve Apostles. Libe: My name is Libe and […]

/ May 31, 2019
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Tori NoIchi Festival in Tokyo, Japan: Multicultural education and family travel

Multicultural Education Resources from a Family Travel Expert

Family travel expert tips and multicultural education resources and books from a woman traveling the world with her kids and active duty military husband.

/ December 29, 2018
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So much excitement in this classroom photo.

Teaching English Abroad in Asia as an African-American Man

Interested in teaching English abroad? What’s it like to teach in Asia as a Black man? Inspiration on being an African-American educator in Thailand and Vietnam!

/ December 25, 2018
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Waiting to fill water jugs in South Sudan.

Fundraising for Wells with Salva Dut 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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Bibek and Natasha in Nepal.

A Nepal Nonprofit Dedicated to Post-Earthquake Rebuilding

Teaching Traveling: Ever wonder what it takes to start a nonprofit? Natasha Wozniak is the founder of Sangsangai, an organization committed to rebuilding Nepal, one village at a time, after its devastating earthquake. They also offer homestays as a way […]

/ August 2, 2018
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