Tag: Web Resources

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

Pittsburgh from the North Shore River Trail.

Teaching Pittsburgh About Its Own Backyard: “Discover the Burgh”

Jeremy and Angie, with Pittsburgh, PA shining below. Teaching Traveling: Teaching others about your city is a beautiful form of eduction! Welcome to Jeremy Jones, who runs a popular site with his wife, Angie, about all things Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Jeremy,...

/ April 23, 2018

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
What grew this year?

Which Teaching Traveling Articles Are Most Useful and Popular?

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....

/ December 29, 2017
Christopher filming the streets of Athens, Greece for the Rudderless travel vlog.

A Consultant for Special Needs Students, AND a Travel Blogger!

Christopher's view of Sacre Coeur in Paris, France. Teaching Traveling: 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...

/ October 15, 2017
Who is the person behind "Teaching With Heart, Fire, & Poetry?"

How to Support Teachers by Thank You Notes and Great Books

Who is the person behind "Teaching With Heart, Fire, & Poetry?" Teaching Traveling: Want to learn ingenious ways to sustain teachers around the world? Let's chat with the founder of the "Thank You, Teachers" project, Megan Scribner. Megan, tell us...

/ May 21, 2017
The extraordinary Burmese custom of facial tattoos began in the 11th century when some young maiden girls tattooed -- and essentially disfiguring their faces -- to protect them from slavery by the ruling princes.

Great Global Education Resources, Free for Teachers: Cultural Jambalaya

A multi-generational Maasai village in Eastern Africa. TT: Welcome to Gail Shore, founder of Cultural Jambalaya, an amazing resource for teachers that provides complimentary educational photos and videos from around the world. Gail, tell us about your background. Gail Shore,...

/ September 8, 2015