Photo 58/365 Weekly grade 5 class schedule at a school in Bogotá, Colombia. We have 2 new teleclass workshops for you in March: “Working Successfully and Authentically in the Corporate World and an updated and expanded “Bridging the Marketing Gap.” Will you join us?
My exciting Saturday morning plans: Clean the house. Do the laundry. Transcribe audio. Clean the bathtub. What I did instead: watched the live stream of TEDxNYED!
If somebody would have asked me back in the 80’s and 90’s, it would have never crossed my mind that I, upon my arrival to the U.S., would know more about British people than Americans…
Photographer’s note: Ba Li Ba Gai Village Middle School (China) students heading home for lunch…
From Flickr: We visited a small school in a remote fishing village on the Atlantic coast. There were very few teaching aids, just a chalkboard, but the children and 2 teachers seemed enthusiastic. These 3 were fascinated by my hairy legs. Photos by :: John Spooner Are you from, or have to been to, Mauritania? … Read more
Looking for a holiday gift that’s fun and fosters cultural awareness?
Look no further! Here are 7 ideas for the culturally curious kid, teen or adult on your gift-giving list, each for $20 (US) or less.
Back in July Álvaro wrote up a School Snapshot and today he’s talking about education in Spain, his experience teaching abroad, and what Bablingua offers Spanish teachers…
I’ve been wanting to point you to an article we posted way back in February – Sleeping in School – A Cultural Thing? – due to readers’ comments about this topic.
by :: Cate Check out this great resource by Oxfam: Cool Planet and meet 4 kids who live in various countries around the world: :: Anusibuno – Zuo, Ghana. :: Sasha – Lekarstvennoye, Russia. :: Cidinha – Ludovico, Brazil. :: Shakeel – Hyderabad, India. Follow these students through a typical day, from waking up and going to school … Read more