Interview with Emma: a Boston Teacher in Ecuador

Emma (in the white shirt) with friends in Ecuador TeachingTraveling.com: Fellow Boston teacher Emma, thanks so much for talking with us! Please tell us about your background. Emma: I'm from Rhode Island, and I've been teaching science (Biology and Chemistry)...

/ October 29, 2010

Interview with Phil: From a DC Charter School to Africa

Phil with friends Paul and Felicity in Ghana TeachingTraveling.com: It's lovely to meet you, Phil! Please tell us about your background. Phil: I am originally from Cleveland, Ohio. I went to New York University and afterwards taught for three years...

/ October 27, 2010

Interview with Caz: Teaching in London, Thailand, Dublin, Australia, Raleigh, and Beyond!

  TeachingTraveling.com: Welcome, Caz! Please tell us a bit about your background. Caz: I am from a small coastal town about an hour north of Sydney, Australia. I graduated from University as a primary school teacher in ’97, and three...

/ October 23, 2010

International Student Stories to Use In Your Classroom

Yay for listening to the fascinating voices of students! One way we as teachers can bring travel into our classroom at home is by sharing wonderful true-life stories of students from around the world. Check out these: Ideas on how...

/ October 15, 2010

Traveling for Teachers: How, Where, When, Why

A happy teacher kayaking in Halong Bay, Vietnam We work hard as teachers, but we also have wonderful vacations. These upcoming resources will help you, oh intrepid teacher, learn how to: Save money for travel. Find teacher-specific funds for travel....

/ October 8, 2010