Tag: Programs

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

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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5 Programs for Free Teacher Travel

Free teacher travel (or great funding) with these 5 global education fellowship programs: TGC, TOP Germany, TEACH Bahrain, Korean War Legacy Foundation, and EF Tours!

/ September 26, 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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An overnight stay at Jeondeungsa Buddhist Temple.

Funded Educator Travel With the Korean War Legacy Foundation

Teaching Traveling: Curious about organizations that fund teachers for educational travel around the world? Let’s welcome Bobbie Downs, an educator who recently returned from one such program in South Korea! Bobbie, tell us a bit about your background.  Bobbie visiting […]

/ August 28, 2018
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18 Free Travel Opportunities: Teacher Travel Grants and Fellowships!

Curious how to get teacher travel grants, funding, and fellowships for professional development, educational tours, and free travel for educators in summer?

/ May 2, 2018
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White Water Rafting in Costa Rica: Responsible Adventure Travel!

So proud of the adventure travel of my former student, Steph! Teaching Traveling: Curious about easy, responsible ways to do group travel or adventure travel? It’s my thrill to introduce my former student, Steph Alexandre, who just took a trip […]

/ January 28, 2018
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