Teaching English Abroad in Turkey and Thailand

Connie teaching at the Pakarang Learning Center in Khuk Khak, Thailand. TeachingTraveling.com: Thanks for chatting with us, Connie! Please tell us a bit about your background. Connie: I’m a soon-to-be 30 year old Asian American who grew up in California […]

/ November 3, 2010
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Teaching English Abroad in Bulgaria with Search Associates!

Pei Pei in Kovachevitsa, a mountain village south of Sofia, Bulgaria Interested in jobs in Bulgaria? Teaching Traveling: Today we’re thrilled to have the first-hand story of my former Boston Public Schools coworker, Pei Pei, who is currently in month […]

/ November 1, 2010
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Teaching and Travel Go Together: English in Action, TESOL, and More!

Linda and Craig in Austria! Why is it useful to travel if you teach, and teach if you travel? Let’s welcome to Linda Martin, co-producer of the wildly popular Indie Travel Podcast! Take it away, Linda. Travel has always been […]

/ October 30, 2010
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What is it Like to Teach in Ecuador with WorldTeach?

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
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Volunteer Teaching a Year in Rural China

Monica Wong… and a toothy friend. TeachingTraveling.com: Lovely to converse with you, Monica Wong! Please tell us a bit about your background. Monica: I was born and bred in Brooklyn. I work in social media but before that I taught […]

/ October 28, 2010
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From a DC Charter School to Living in Mali, 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
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