Tag: Asia

Ideas, programs, jobs, and resources for teaching and travel in Asia.

This photo was taken during a visit to the Cambodian Genocide memorial and museum. The gentleman (Bou Meng) in the photo is the Cambodian genocide survivor that Stephanie was able to meet with. She purchased his book to use in her class.

Using Travel to Make Curriculum More Representative of the World

Want concrete strategies for making what you teach more relevant and globally-connected? Enjoy this powerful and extremely useful interview with New York City Humanities teachers, Stephanie N. Ambarsumyan (of Wandering Why Traveler), and Dora DePaolis. This photo was taken during […]

/ October 12, 2020
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Helping elephants in Thailand.

International Service Learning for College Credit with BLV

Interested in volunteering abroad? Curious about programs to explore other countries while helping? Learn about a great opportunity to do service learning internationally and get college credit at the same time. Teaching Traveling: Welcome to Stacie Freeman, a college professor […]

/ December 20, 2019
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Gyeongbokgung Palace South Korea

Sponsored Travel to South Korea for a Teacher Research Tour!

Interested in an opportunity for educators to visit South Korea with almost all expenses paid? Let’s hear about it from two teachers who recently participated in this sponsored travel program which you can apply for, too! Teaching Traveling: Welcome to Karen […]

/ November 14, 2019
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Fiona trying out a traditional Thai instrument.

A Job as a Music Examiner for Paid World Travel!

Teaching music can be a joy, but can it support travel? YES! Learn about a job that pays to travel the world administering music testing! Let’s meet a music teacher from England who has a dream career as a music […]

/ October 21, 2019
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After visiting Japanese high school students and learning about their school's peace programs

A Hiroshima, Japan Tour for Educators, Plus 6 Other Summer Travel Grants

Want a funded summer educator tour of Japan to explore lessons of Hiroshima? Oleander Initiative participants in Miyajima Island, Japan. Learn about the Oleander Initiative from Mariah Pol, a teacher who recently completed this tour, along with several other travel grants she recommends. Teaching Traveling: Mariah, […]

/ May 16, 2019
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Upside down house

Malaysia Touring Fun: Upside-Down House and Educational Homestay

Teaching Traveling: Looking for ideas about touring Malaysia in an educational yet delightful way?  Welcome back to my esteemed former student, Steph Alexandre, who just returned from a tour of Malaysia relevant to Global Education. Steph loved touring Malaysia! Steph, […]

/ April 9, 2019
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