Tag: Blogs

Articles with useful links to blogs of teachers who travel and travelers who teach, to help you see the world and find Global Education resources.

An Irish Teacher on How Travel is the Ultimate Gift to Find Yourself

Which places can heal you? Teaching Traveling: How can European teachers find jobs in the U.S. or other countries? How does travel help heal a person after heartbreak? To answer these questions, please welcome Irish teacher and travel blogger, Ciara...

/ February 4, 2018
Teaching English in China: Halloween costumes!

Don’t Love Teaching Abroad? It Can Still Lead to Great Opportunities!

Shannon in China, while teaching abroad there. Teaching Traveling: Not sure if teaching abroad is right for you? Meet Shannon, a Philadelphia native who tried teaching ESL in Asia, and realized it wasn't a match for her, but used it...

/ January 17, 2018
These roots grow deep: born and raised in sunny So-Cal.

Peace Corps Alum Teaches Positive Body Image as a Solo Black Female Traveler

Meredith skydiving in San Diego, right before entering Peace Corps! Teaching Traveling: Curious how the Peace Corps can lead to a life of travel? Wondering what it's like to travel as a Black, solo female traveler? Read on! Welcome to...

/ January 4, 2018
Exploring beautiful Kotor, Montenegro.

Teaching Others to Travel Affordably and Excitingly, via “Alpaca the Bag”

Laura and Dax, exploring how blue an ocean can get! Teaching Traveling: As a lover of those fluffy animals known as alpacas, when I found out there was a travel blog called "Alpaca the Bag", I had to interview them! Alpacas,...

/ November 10, 2017
Christopher filming the streets of Athens, Greece for the Rudderless travel vlog.

A Consultant for Special Needs Students, AND a Travel Blogger!

Christopher's view of Sacre Coeur in Paris, France. Teaching Traveling: Are you a teacher who is interested in adding travel blogging or vlogging to your life? Are you simply curious to hear how one Special Education specialist from Canada has...

/ October 15, 2017
Stephanie (History Fangirl) at Thomas Jefferson's Monticello.

Transitioning from Teaching to Full-Time Travel and Remote Work

History Fangirl at Thomas Jefferson's Monticello. Teaching Traveling: Curious how to transition from teaching to full-time travel? Check out the story of "History Fangirl," Stephanie Craig! Stephanie, tell us about yourself. Stephanie: I’m originally from Edmond, Oklahoma. I went to...

/ July 5, 2017