Category: Travel for Teachers

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

Times Square, New York City: A Sea of Cultures!

How Teaching ESL at Home is Like International Travel

Times Square, New York City: A Sea of Cultures! Don’t have money now to travel? Get your international fix by teaching English locally! Today we have a brilliantly insightful piece from Craig, a New York ESL teacher. Take it away, […]

/ December 10, 2010
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Boston Fund for Teachers Recruitment Poster

Free Travel for Boston Teachers! Apply Now!

Wow. If you are a Boston teacher who dreams of travel but is worried about money, don’t even think about stepping away from this computer right now. In fact, if you live nowhere near Boston and aren’t even a teacher, […]

/ December 7, 2010
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Aaron at the Tomb of Queen Hatshepsut in Luxor, Egypt!

A New York Teacher in Egypt, France, Italy, and Beyond

Aaron at the Tomb of Queen Hatshepsut in Luxor, Egypt! TeachingTraveling.com: Great to meet you, Aaron! Tell us a bit about your background. Aaron: I’m a teacher who has pursued many opportunities to visit many places across the United States. […]

/ December 4, 2010
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Danny and Tracy on a gondola in Venice, Italy.

Danny: Thriving on a Teacher’s Salary, and Poland Teaching

Danny and Tracy on a gondola in Venice, Italy! TeachingTraveling.com: Howdy, Danny! Tell us a bit about your background. Danny: I was born and raised in Vero Beach, Florida. I knew I wanted to be a teacher after having Mr. […]

/ November 30, 2010
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TTW Facilitators Chris and Peter in Ljubljana, Slovenia

Inexpensive Accommodation for Teacher Travel!

One of the most daunting obstacles of travel is MONEY. Most notably: how can a teacher (on a teacher’s salary) pay for a hotel every night? Thank goodness there are innovative international communities to make exploring the world more affordable! […]

/ November 29, 2010
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From Stay-at-Home Mom to International Programs Director

The family in Peru for whom Jacquie’s students built a stove. An inspiring story of a stay at home mom who decided to change her career to focus on global education! TeachingTraveling.com: Welcome, Jacquie! Tell us about yourself. Jacquie: I […]

/ November 28, 2010
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