Tag: Africa

Ideas, programs, jobs, volunteer positions, and resources for teaching and travel in Africa.

James feeding a Rhino in Zimbabwe. Wow!!!

Working with Rhinos and Teaching in Zimbabwe, then RTW Travel!

James feeding a Rhino in Zimbabwe. Wow!!! What a beast! TeachingTraveling: Welcome to James from Ouroyster, who has been traveling on and off since he was 16. James, tell us a bit about your background. James: I was born in […]

/ January 23, 2012
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Children in Tanzania asking Francine a question.

Volunteer Travel in Tanzania: Planning, Funding, and Inspiration

Children in Tanzania asking Francine a quiz question. TeachingTraveling.com: Get ready for a phenomenal tale of how a U.S. ESL teacher’s failed ascent of Mt. Kilimanjaro led her to connect with a remarkable educational project in Tanzania. Francine, take it […]

/ August 28, 2011
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Lisa, seeing what all the camel-riding fuss is about in Mombasa. She reports: "It was uncomfortable, scary, and awesome all at the same time."

Advice on Programs to Travel and Teach in Asia and Africa

Lisa, seeing what all the camel-riding fuss is about in Mombasa. She reports: “It was uncomfortable, scary, and awesome all at the same time.” TT: Welcome to Lisa Vinish, a world traveler who has explored Kenya, Tanzania, Southeast Asia, and […]

/ August 3, 2011
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A World AIDS Day march in Singe, Tanzania.

Volunteer To Run An HIV/AIDS Awareness Campaign In Tanzania

A Volunteer named Dan at a World AIDS Day march in Singe, Tanzania. Want an AMAZING travel and education opportunity? Read this, just in from Teacher-Traveler extraordinaire, Monica Wong about how YOU can help run an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign in […]

/ June 7, 2011
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Ghana students returning from rain forest planting.

Summer Volunteering Teaching Technology in Ghana

Ghana students returning from rain forest planting. TeachingTraveling.com: Welcome, Kim! Tell us about yourself. Kim: My name is Kim Zimmer and I’m a 31 year old technology teacher at an elementary school in Glenview, IL. My formative years of middle […]

/ May 9, 2011
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Peggy and a baby lion in Antelope Park in Zimbabwe.

Group Travel for Educators at a Third of the Price

Peggy and a baby lion in Antelope Park in Zimbabwe. TeachingTraveling.com: What a treat to chat with the famous Peggy Altoff, former President of the National Council for the Social Studies! Peggy, please tell us a bit about your background. […]

/ March 26, 2011
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