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. […]
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 […]
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.
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 […]
Hello from Lillie, founder of Teaching Traveling! I created this site in 2010, meaning that, as of this writing, this travel and global education blog is now 7 years old, and boasts almost 300 interviews with Teacher-Travelers of all sorts. […]
Christopher’s view of Sacre Coeur in Paris, France. Are you a teacher who is interested in adding travel blogging or vlogging to your life? Are you simply curious to hear how one Special Education specialist from Canada has been able […]