Category: Travel for Teachers

Teacher travel ideas: Travel grants, recharging teacher vacations, educational travel programs, teaching abroad, volunteer opportunities abroad, and more!

A view of Paris from Notre Dame Cathedral.

6 Teacher Travel Grants for History and Social Studies Educators

Shane and family at the Louvre in Paris as part of an exchange trip with students. Teaching Traveling: Are you a Social Studies or History teacher interested in funded professional development opportunities that involve travel, either domestically or abroad? Let's...

/ October 20, 2018
Tara Thomas at the Liberty Bell at the Freedoms Foundation Seminar.

Why Teacher Travel Grants Need Educators of Color, and 8 Ways Programs Can Foster Diversity

Teacher Dunn Woods in Japan with the Oleander Initiative. Hello! I've been running Teaching Traveling for 8 years now, and have published over 300 interviews with Teacher-Travelers. A concerning pattern has emerged, however, that I am hoping this article can...

/ October 13, 2018
A powerful mural in Nagasaki.

A Teacher Travel Grant to Tokyo, Hiroshima, and Nagasaki, Japan

Dunn with a student in Japan, after she taught him to write his name in Japanese. Teaching Traveling: Want a teacher travel grant to Japan to study powerful history? South Carolina teacher, Dunn Woods, has great advice for you.  Dunn,...

/ October 6, 2018

5 Programs for Free Teacher Travel

Matt at Gyeongbokgung Palace in South Korea. Teaching Traveling: Want tips on 5 programs for free teacher travel? Let's welcome Matt Cottone, who realized mid-way through his career how educators can get funding to see the world! Matt, tell us...

/ September 26, 2018

A Monarch Butterfly Teacher Travel Grant to Mexico!

Teaching Traveling: Love monarch butterflies and dream of an all-expenses-paid teacher travel grant to Mexico to study the beautiful insects? Your dream can come true, because this fully-funded opportunity actually exists! A butterfly kiss on the head. Read on to...

/ September 14, 2018
With Eva Kor in front of a liberation photo. The child she is pointing to is herself! The little girl next to her was her twin sister, Miriam.

Programs to Study WWII and the Holocaust in Europe and Japan

Teaching Traveling: Interested in teacher travel opportunities and scholarships to study WWII and the Holocaust in Europe and Japan? Read on to learn about some amazingly powerful educational trips, as explained by Illinois teacher, Stephanie Krzeminski. Stephanie at the torii...

/ September 9, 2018