Tag: inspiration

Who is the person behind "Teaching With Heart, Fire, & Poetry?"

Thank You Letters for Teachers on the Next Level in this Project

Who is the person behind “Teaching With Heart, Fire, & Poetry?” Teaching Traveling: Can we enhance the classic thank you note to teacher? Let’s chat with the founder of the “Thank You, Teachers” project, Megan Scribner, about how to support teachers […]

/ May 21, 2017
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Why diversity benefits us all.

Why is Diversity Important? Success, Money, and Impact to Benefit Us All!

Our world is diverse and beautiful. Photo by Roni Faida. Benefits of diversity are central to education and travel spheres. In education, some districts are trying to hire and maintain a more diverse staff. “But why?” some ask. In the […]

/ April 29, 2017
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The stories in Queen Girls will inspire children everywhere!

Stories of Real Women Turned Into Queen Fairy Tales to Empower Girls

The stories in Queen Girls will inspire children everywhere! Teaching Traveling: Are you seeking inspiring, empowering children’s books? Look no further than Queen Girls, the stories of real-life inspiring women, turned into fairy tales by a traveling teacher named Andrea! […]

/ December 5, 2016
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Marilyn by the bust of Frank McCourt, author of Angela's Ashes and Pulitzer prize winner.

World Travel Through Volunteering After Retirement as a Teacher

Marilyn by the bust of Frank McCourt, author of Angela’s Ashes and Pulitzer prize winner. Teaching Traveling: Every so often I do a second interview with particularly inspiring Teacher-Travelers, and Marilyn Cook (interviewed the first time here) merits this! Welcome […]

/ March 15, 2016
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Michael at Darwin Station, Ecuador.

How to Become a Teacher Who Travels the World For Free With Fellowships and Programs

Michael at Darwin Station, Ecuador. Teaching Traveling: How can teachers see the world for free though travel grants and scholarships? California teacher, Michael Wing, has advice on how to to it! Michael, tell us about your background. Michael: I’m in […]

/ January 21, 2016
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The extraordinary Burmese custom of facial tattoos began in the 11th century when some young maiden girls tattooed -- and essentially disfiguring their faces -- to protect them from slavery by the ruling princes.

Great Global Education Resources, FREE for Teachers: Cultural Jambalaya

A multi-generational Maasai village in Eastern Africa. TT: Welcome to Gail Shore, founder of Cultural Jambalaya, an amazing resource for teachers that provides complimentary educational photos and videos from around the world. Gail, tell us about your background. Gail Shore, […]

/ September 8, 2015
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