Category: Travel for Teachers

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

Stephanie (History Fangirl) at Thomas Jefferson's Monticello.

Transitioning from Teaching to Full-Time Travel and Remote Work

History Fangirl at Thomas Jefferson's Monticello. Teaching Traveling: Curious how to transition from teaching to full-time travel? Check out the story of "History Fangirl," Stephanie Craig! Stephanie, tell us about yourself. Stephanie: I’m originally from Edmond, Oklahoma. I went to...

/ July 5, 2017
Looking out over the land of English literature.

Short Study Abroad in the UK for Teachers: Scholarships Available!

Martha studying Shakespeare where the Bard lived and wrote! Teaching Traveling: Are you a teacher interested in a great travel and professional development opportunity to study in the United Kingdom for a week or three? Let's learn about one of...

/ June 16, 2017
Ernie with his wife on their camel safari in the Thar Desert.

Keep a Teaching Job at Home and Still Travel All Over The World!

Ernie with his wife on their camel safari in the Thar Desert. Teaching Traveling: Want to meet someone who is a Teacher-Traveler to the max, having traveled, taught, and lived all around the world? Get ready to be awed by...

/ April 18, 2017
Nathan and his wife (middle, wearing red and grey) with their students in Turkey.

Tips on Getting a Good Job Teaching Abroad After TEFL Certification

Nathan and his wife (middle, wearing red and grey) with their students in Turkey. Teaching Traveling: Want advice about landing a great job teaching abroad after getting TEFL certification? To answer this question, let's welcome experienced Teacher-Traveler, Nathan Arnold. Nathan,...

/ April 11, 2017
Visiting the site of Anne of Green Gables.

Literature Travel: Ideas for Visiting Places from Books in Real Life

Visiting the site of Anne of Green Gables. Teaching Traveling: Ever considered travel inspired by the locations of famous literature? Let’s speak with a librarian named Elizabeth from the blog, A Suitcase Full of Books, about her journey to search...

/ March 26, 2017
The Teaching Assistant Program in France, Seen by a Woman from Iowa

The Teaching Assistant Program in France, Seen by a Woman from Iowa

The countryside in Chambery, France, where Laura lived. Teaching Traveling: Curious about how to live and teach abroad in France? Laura Willis has some advice! Laura, tell about your background. Laura: My name is Laura, a 25-year-old teacher and student...

/ February 21, 2017