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!

Ashleigh and her boyfriend.

2 Ways to Travel by Working Abroad: Au Pair and Teaching

Ashleigh and her boyfriend, at Volcan Licancabur by San Pedro de Atacama. Ready to be inspired? Read on for the story of Ashleigh Kate Kinder, who has concrete tips on how to create and fund your adventures abroad. Take it […]

/ January 4, 2011
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A beautiful South Korea sunset.

Teaching ESL in South Korea as a Young Minnesota Woman

A beautiful South Korea sunset. Today we welcome Natalie Patton, who will recount for us her journey to start teaching English in South Korea. Take it away, Natalie! Once it happens, it happens. There is no going back. Even if […]

/ December 26, 2010
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Rease skydiving in Cordoba, Argentina!

Living and Working in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Rease skydiving in Cordoba, Argentina! Interested in teaching English abroad in Argentina? Read on! TeachingTraveling.com: Welcome, Rease Kirchner! Tell us a bit about your background. Rease: I’m 23 years old and I’m from St. Louis, Missouri. I did not study […]

/ December 16, 2010
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Bill in with students in a remote part of the Philippines.

Teaching Conflict Management Around the World

Bill in with students in a remote part of the Philippines. Did you know it’s possible to teach conflict resolution skills and activities abroad? Teaching Traveling: Welcome, Bill Graybill! Tell us a bit about your background. Bill: I started my […]

/ December 14, 2010
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Freda on a Caribbean beach!

Caribbean Culinary Classes in the Islands

Freda on a Caribbean beach! TeachingTraveling.com: Today we have an especially delicious treat as we interview Freda, a traveler who teaches cooking! Freda, tell us a bit about your background. Freda: I was born on the Caribbean Island of Dominica, […]

/ December 6, 2010
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Brian posing with a statue of Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Brian: Why it’s Worth it to Get TEFL Training to Teach ESL

Brian posing with a statue of Angkor Wat, Cambodia TeachingTraveling.com: A looming question for folks aiming to teach ESL abroad is whether its worth it to complete a TEFL course and become officially certified. To help shed light on this […]

/ December 1, 2010
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