Tag: Group Travel

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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5 Reasons Group Travel is Worth it for Your Next Vacation

Steph had a great time doing small group travel in Costa Rica! Teaching Traveling: I often get messages asking, “What’s an easy travel idea for my next vacation?” The answer I usually give is that small group travel with a […]

/ November 24, 2018
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A view of Paris from Notre Dame Cathedral.

6 Teacher Travel Grants for History and Social Studies Educators

Teacher travel grants for History and Social Studies educators: 6 funded global education programs, including trips to Europe to research WWI & WWII heroes.

/ October 20, 2018
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Susan with the G Adventures Expedition ship.

Ocean Education Travel and Polar Cruises that YOU Can Do, Too!

Want education to help save the ocean? Learn from an Antarctica travel expert and see photos of great polar bears, penguins, and icebergs on polar cruises!

/ June 6, 2018
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First, Challenge Yourself; Then, Challenge Your Students!

Yves showing Bolivia’s glorious landscapes. Teaching Traveling: Why does travel help us become better teachers? Let’s find out, from an expert! I’m thrilled today to welcome Yves Marceau, a former classroom teacher who now helps others expand their worldview through […]

/ March 29, 2018
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A Cloud Forest in Costa Rica That’s Educational Gold: Santa Elena

Look at that cloud forest… Heard of Santa Elena Cloud Forest Reserve in Costa Rica? Though it’s near Monteverde, it is lesser-known and less crowded than the famed ecotourism rainforest in that town. Further, its entry fees support both environmental […]

/ February 27, 2018
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