Tag: Student Travel

Over 100 people braved the snow for Teaching Traveling Night!

Teaching Traveling Night’s Amazing Panelists and Partners

Over 100 people braved the snow for Boston Teaching Traveling Night! Teaching Traveling Inspiration Night took place in Boston on Thursday, March 31, 2011… …and it was a raging success! Over 100 aspiring teacher-travelers showed up (despite the shocking Springtime […]

/ April 11, 2011
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Wonderful, thoughtful, brave traveler ShiSha!

A Boston Student Sees Egypt Protests First-Hand

Amazing news for all of you who have been wondering about the fate of ShiSha, who wrote the amazing article about going from failing high school to study abroad in Egypt. Not only is ShiSha safely back in Boston, but […]

/ February 12, 2011
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Angela in Verona, Italy!

Study Abroad in Italy, Despite Health and Money Hardships

Angela in Verona, Italy! TeachingTraveling.com: Angela was a student in the first class I ever taught as an official Boston Public Schools teacher, seven years ago. She was a senior in high school and I was 21 years old… not […]

/ January 28, 2011
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ShiSha made her travel dreams a reality. So can you!

From Failing School to Making Dreams Reality in Egypt

ShiSha made her travel dreams a reality. So can you! Do you sometimes feel the difficulties in your life will NEVER let you fulfill your travel dreams? What you are about to read will snap you out of those thoughts. […]

/ January 24, 2011
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Making tortellini with Italian host chef Sandro Capecci!

A Chef Instructor Teaching and Learning in Italy

Making tortellini with Italian host chef Sandro Capecci! TeachingTraveling.com: Welcome, Chef Instructor James Berman! Tell us about yourself. James: I am a Pittsburgh, PA émigré who settled in Old New Castle, Delaware for the past sixteen years. I received my […]

/ January 20, 2011
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From Stay-at-Home Mom to International Programs Director

The family in Peru for whom Jacquie’s students built a stove. An inspiring story of a stay at home mom who decided to change her career to focus on global education! TeachingTraveling.com: Welcome, Jacquie! Tell us about yourself. Jacquie: I […]

/ November 28, 2010
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