Tag: Programs

Articles on programs for teaching abroad, volunteer travel, teacher travel, and more.

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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Traveling U.S. Teachers, and a camel crossing in Tunisia!

Travels in 16 Countries with Teacher Grants and Programs

Traveling U.S. Teachers, and a camel crossing in Tunisia! TeachingTraveling.com: Readers, get psyched to learn about a whole slew of inexpensive teacher travel grants and programs, from one Teacher-Traveler who did them all! Welcome, Libby Lupfer. Please tell us a […]

/ May 23, 2011
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Ghana students returning from rain forest planting.

Summer Volunteering Teaching Technology in Ghana

Ghana students returning from rain forest planting. TeachingTraveling.com: Welcome, Kim! Tell us about yourself. Kim: My name is Kim Zimmer and I’m a 31 year old technology teacher at an elementary school in Glenview, IL. My formative years of middle […]

/ May 9, 2011
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To which magical places will travel take you?

Great International Travel Scholarships for U.S. Teachers

To which magical places will travel take you? 2019 Update on Teacher Travel Scholarships: Please use this link to teacher travel grants for the latest and most useful listings. In particular, consider these funding ideas: 79 Teacher Fellowships 18 Travel Grants 24 […]

/ April 22, 2011
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Peggy and a baby lion in Antelope Park in Zimbabwe.

Group Travel for Educators at a Third of the Price

Peggy and a baby lion in Antelope Park in Zimbabwe. TeachingTraveling.com: What a treat to chat with the famous Peggy Altoff, former President of the National Council for the Social Studies! Peggy, please tell us a bit about your background. […]

/ March 26, 2011
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Jason and his Ixil translator, Maria, in Chajul, Guatemala.

A Guatemala Travel Program That You Can Do, Too!

Jason and Ixil translator, Maria Velasco Raymundo, in Chajul, Guatemala. TeachingTraveling.com: Let’s welcome Jason Bisping, a theatre teacher who had a wonderful experience in Guatemala with Limitless Horizons Ixil, an organization which is recruiting people like YOU, readers, to apply, […]

/ March 7, 2011
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