Tag: Asia

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

Laura and one of her students in South Korea.

An Online TEFL Certification Course to Pay for Travel by Teaching Abroad!

Laura and one of her students in South Korea. Teaching Traveling: Is it worth it to take an online TEFL certification course to travel by teaching abroad? Here’s an interview with a young woman named Laura Mcloughlin that dives into […]

/ July 14, 2016
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Nuria Singing on TV in Shanghai through her Au Pair in China program!

Teaching English as a Non-Native Speaker, Starting as an Au Pair

Nuria Singing on TV in Shanghai through her Au Pair in China program! Teaching Traveling: Is it possible to find work teaching abroad as a non-native English speaker? Learn how Nuria did it by starting out as an Au Pair […]

/ May 23, 2016
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Casey with her students in Thailand.

Bangkok International School, TeachAway, and Volunteers for Peace

Casey with her students in Thailand. Teaching Traveling: Curious what it’s like to teach abroad in Thailand? Let’s get the scoop from Casey O’Connell! Tell us about yourself, Casey. Casey: Hi, I’m Casey! I’m 24 years old, and I’m from […]

/ May 3, 2016
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Kim in Xian, China having fun!

24 Teacher Travel Opportunities for Free or Super Cheap: A Great List!

Kim in Xian, China having fun! Teaching Traveling: Are you a teacher who wants to travel for free or very little money? Massachusetts teacher, Kim Young, has a GIANT list of amazing resources for you! Kim, tell us more about […]

/ November 17, 2015
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Candace with her colleagues visiting the Badaling Pass of the Great Wall of China. She couldn't believe that she was there!

Teacher Travel Funding With the Fulbright-Hays Projects Abroad Grant: A China Example!

Candace in China with a larger-than-life statue of the famous scientist, farmer, and political figure, Xu Guangqi. Teaching Traveling: How can you see the world affordably while still maintaining a full-time teaching job at home? North Carolina teacher Candace Heckstall […]

/ November 6, 2015
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The extraordinary Burmese custom of facial tattoos began in the 11th century when some young maiden girls tattooed -- and essentially disfiguring their faces -- to protect them from slavery by the ruling princes.

Great Global Education Resources, FREE for Teachers: Cultural Jambalaya

A multi-generational Maasai village in Eastern Africa. TT: Welcome to Gail Shore, founder of Cultural Jambalaya, an amazing resource for teachers that provides complimentary educational photos and videos from around the world. Gail, tell us about your background. Gail Shore, […]

/ September 8, 2015
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