Tag: History

A powerful mural in Nagasaki.

A Teacher Travel Grant to Tokyo, Hiroshima, and Nagasaki, Japan

Amazing teacher travel grant to Japan: The Oleander Initiative is a funded educational tour to Nagasaki and Hiroshima to study history. Fascinating interview.

/ October 6, 2018
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With Eva Kor in front of a liberation photo. The child she is pointing to is herself! The little girl next to her was her twin sister, Miriam.

Programs to Study WWII and the Holocaust in Europe and Japan

Teaching Traveling: Interested in teacher travel opportunities and scholarships to study WWII and the Holocaust in Europe and Japan? Read on to learn about some amazingly powerful educational trips, as explained by Illinois teacher, Stephanie Krzeminski. Stephanie at the torii […]

/ September 9, 2018
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Ponte Vecchio in Florence at sunset.

Teacher Travel Funding Ideas: Great Grants Like Fund for Teachers

Teacher travel grants exist to fund free trips for educational exploration of the world! See one example of Fund for Teachers and other resources.

/ July 14, 2018
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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
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Mandy in front of a section from the Berlin wall that came from an area near the Brandenburg Gate and was acquired by Britain's Imperial War Museum in 1991.

How a London Vacation Made a Better Teacher and Blogger

Mandy in front of a section from the Berlin wall that came from an area near the Brandenburg Gate and was acquired by Britain’s Imperial War Museum in 1991. Teaching Traveling: Welcome to Mandy Littlefield, an American teacher whose passion […]

/ June 19, 2012
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Bill in with students in a remote part of the Philippines.

Teaching Conflict Management Around the World

Bill in with students in a remote part of the Philippines. Did you know it’s possible to teach conflict resolution skills and activities abroad? Teaching Traveling: Welcome, Bill Graybill! Tell us a bit about your background. Bill: I started my […]

/ December 14, 2010
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