Tag: Web Resources

Links to help teachers travel and travelers teach abroad through paid jobs and volunteer teaching.

Creative drawings

Creative Drawings that Teach: A Free New Resource!

Looking for a place to find vocabulary words or concepts illustrated with fun, easy-to-understand cartoons? Would it help to have a set of colorfully-drawn, entertaining short stories for kids? Do you yearn to jump-start creativity and art inspiration for any […]

/ June 29, 2020
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Marshall Memo professional development book for school improvement

THE Book for School Improvement: Best of the Marshall Memo!

Want a professional development book to improve a whole school, or just make your own teaching and leadership better? I’m thrilled to announce a text that complies the most useful research on learning and educational leadership: The Best of the […]

/ September 28, 2019
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Microaggressions

Examples of Microaggressions: a Lesson and Definition in Cartoons

  Everyday language can hurt. These drawings show how words can offend, even when not meant to. In our increasingly interconnected world, ultimately every teacher — and person — needs skills to bring understanding and respectful norms to diverse groups. […]

/ June 16, 2019
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REAL Teacher Appreciation: 200 Travel and Funding Opportunities!

For Teacher Appreciation Day and Week, people often want gift ideas… but here’s a better plan: Share this treasure trove of over 200 funded teacher travel and global education opportunities, and help a great educator (maybe YOU) win a grant […]

/ March 3, 2019
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Pittsburgh from the North Shore River Trail.

The Expert Behind the Pittsburgh Blog, “Discover the Burgh”

Teaching others about your city is a beautiful kind of education! For Pittsburgh, PA, “Discover the Burgh” has become a great resource for those looking to visit Pittsburgh, as well as locals looking for the best things to do around the city.

/ April 23, 2018
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Free Educational Travel Videos by The Touring Teacher!

Laura Alice hiking around the Six Glaciers, Alberta, Canada. Teaching Traveling: Welcome to Laura Alice! Tell us about your background. Laura Alice: Hello! My name is Laura Alice, and I am a Primary School Teacher from Auckland, New Zealand. I […]

/ March 14, 2018
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