Tag: China

Teaching Abroad After Age 50: Sri Lanka and China University!

Ruth on a rope bridge in Laos during her travels. Whether you’re a retired veteran teacher, or a young and aspiring Teacher-Traveler, get ready to be inspired by the story of a woman whose travels took off after age 50. […]

/ February 1, 2017
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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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Snorkeling: One of Clarissa's favorite pastimes in The Bahamas.

A Mother from the Bahamas, About to Teach Abroad in Asia!

Snorkeling: One of Clarissa’s favorite pastimes in The Bahamas. Teaching Traveling: Here’s a story you don’t often hear: A teacher from the Bahamas, gearing up to teach abroad in Asia! Welcome to Clarissa Bolisay Dillet. Tell us a bit about […]

/ August 9, 2014
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Kelly teaching at the Dandelion School, Daxing District, Beijing, China.

A Director of Global Studies Gives Advice for Teachers

Kelly teaching at the Dandelion School, Daxing District, Beijing, China. Teaching Traveling: Welcome to Kelly Neely! Kelly, tell us about your background. Kelly: I am the Director of Global Studies at Brimmer and May in Chestnut Hill, MA. I grew […]

/ May 18, 2014
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Richard with his book.

Travel and Teaching Around Southeast Asia Leads to a Book

Richard with his book. Teaching Traveling: Welcome to Richard Arthur. Richard, tell us about yourself. Richard: I grew up in Cambridgeshire, England and did my CELTA training straight after graduating from university, with the intention of moving abroad to teach […]

/ November 16, 2013
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Cover your ears! Cultures merge as Scotland and China salute Bon Jovi.

Wuhu, China for Short-Term English Teaching Abroad

Neil’s classroom in Wuhu, China. Teaching Traveling: Welcome to Neil Robertson, a Scottish traveler who spent four months teaching in China. Neil, tell us about your background. Neil: I’m 25, Scottish, living and working in Glasgow now having been travelling […]

/ May 19, 2013
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