This is a little something that Dale and I created to express our mission and vision for our TrekDek Study Abroad project. (What’s TrekDek Study Abroad? More on that soon!) How would you complete the phrase “Travel is…?”
Tonia Lovejoy of Reach the World talks about sailing around the globe, connecting kids with the world, and why she once licked an ant’s rear end in this Interculturalists Are…Everywhere interview.
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!
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…
A few weeks ago a colleague asked if she could interview me for a grad school project. There was only one interview question: Who was your favorite teacher and why? At first, the question did not seem to be very difficult…
When I was in 9th grade in Romania, an international teacher from the U.S. walked into my classroom and changed my life. His name was John, and my classmates and I absolutely loved him.
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.
Last week the world celebrated the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin wall. Except me.
Or so I thought.