Tag: Web Resources

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

Ghana students returning from rain forest planting.

Summer Volunteering Teaching Technology in Ghana

Ghana students returning from rain forest planting. TeachingTraveling.com: Welcome, Kim! Tell us about yourself. Kim: My name is Kim Zimmer and I’m a 31 year old technology teacher at an elementary school in Glenview, IL. My formative years of middle […]

/ May 9, 2011
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Alex and one of his students in Thailand.

Alex: A Homework Management Website, and Volunteering in Asia

Alex and one of his students in Thailand. TeachingTraveling.com: Welcome to my friend Alex Uzgin, the traveling, teacher-resource mastermind behind the new homework management website, HomeworkHamlet.com! Alex, tell us about yourself. Alex: I live in Boston, Mass, but I was […]

/ March 23, 2011
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Michael and 8 mo. old female lion, Antelope Park, Zimbabwe

Travel With Global Exploration for Educators Org. (GEEO)

Michael and 8 month old female lion, Antelope Park, Zimbabwe Educators, check out this tale from Michael to learn of an organization, GEEO, that takes teachers on fabulous adventures on their school vacations! Take it away, Michael! My name is […]

/ February 22, 2011
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Teaching and traveling in Ghana, West Africa!

10 Ways Travel Enhances You as a Teacher and a Person!

Teaching and traveling in Ghana, West Africa! Why all this fuss about getting more teachers to travel and more travelers to teach, anyway? Is it really worth it? In a word: YESSSSSS!!! A huge thanks to the famous EF Tours […]

/ January 31, 2011
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Jessie and her family in Co Kerry, Ireland.

Jessie: The Story Behind Wandering Educators Travel Community

Jessie and her family in Co Kerry, Ireland. TeachingTraveling.com: Hip hip hooray for our esteemed guest today, Dr. Jessie Voigts of the wildly successful teaching-traveling community, Wandering Educators.com. Welcome, Jessie! Jessie: I’m excited to share our resource for global educators, […]

/ January 18, 2011
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A beautiful South Korea sunset.

Teaching ESL in South Korea as a Young Minnesota Woman

A beautiful South Korea sunset. Today we welcome Natalie Patton, who will recount for us her journey to start teaching English in South Korea. Take it away, Natalie! Once it happens, it happens. There is no going back. Even if […]

/ December 26, 2010
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