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.

The Crazy Horse monument, conceived to "show the white man that the red man has great heroes too. No government funding is taken for the building of this monument.

Americorps VISTA at Crow Creek Sioux Indian Reservation, South Dakota

The Crazy Horse monument, conceived to “show the white man that the red man has great heroes too.” No government funding is taken to build it. What about traveling to a different country within your own home country? In this […]

/ May 30, 2011
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Tom at thundering Iguazu Falls, Brazil!

Tom: Teaching in Honduras, and a Backpacking Travel Blog

Tom at thundering Iguazu Falls, Brazil! TeachingTraveling.com: Welcome to Tom, Teacher-Traveler and web master of Top Backpacking Destinations! Tom, tell us about your background. Tom: I’m from Leeds, England and taught English in Honduras for 12 months in 2003/2004. I […]

/ March 11, 2011
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Do you think Michael is adored by his students in China?

A Yerba Mate Expert’s Experience Teaching in China

Do you think Michael is adored by his students in China? Curious about teaching English abroad in China? Love Yerba Mate? Read on! Today we have a special treat. Michael Tieso, the famous website expert who runs the Yerba Mate […]

/ February 26, 2011
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Winter in Red Square, Moscow. Oooh, Russia!

From TEFL Certification to Teaching in Eastern Europe

Winter in Red Square, Moscow. Oooh, Russia! We hear so much about people who teach English in Asia, but what about ESL jobs in Eastern Europe? Let’s listen to the story of Jenna Makowski, an American who completely changed her […]

/ January 10, 2011
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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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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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