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” […]
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 […]
Jacqueline relaxing at Hotel Moxy in Frankfurt, Germany. Teaching Traveling: Looking for vacation ideas? When learning-lovers such as teachers travel, taking a road trip can work particularly well for getting into global education like a local in a new place! […]
Teaching others about your city is a beautiful kind of education! For Pittsburgh, PA, “Discover the Burgh” has become a great resource for those looking to visit Pittsburgh, as well as locals looking for the best things to do around the city.
Shannon in China, while teaching abroad there. Teaching Traveling: Not sure if teaching abroad is right for you? Meet Shannon, a Philadelphia native who tried teaching ESL in Asia, and realized it wasn’t a match for her, but used it […]
Meredith skydiving in San Diego, right before entering Peace Corps! Teaching Traveling: Curious how the Peace Corps can lead to a life of travel? Wondering what it’s like to travel as a Black, solo female traveler? Read on! Welcome to […]