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!
by :: Cate On Tuesday I posted pictures of students at the Ciclo Basico school in Bahia Blanca, Argentina. Today I’m posting photos of students at another school in Bahia Blanca that Patricia teaches at. This school is called Colegio Martin Miguel de Güemes. Patricia told me that the school is named after a well known patriot in our country who fought … Read more
by :: Cate Visiting schools around the world is something I love to do. So Pamela set up a few school visits for me when I was in Bahia Blanca, Argentina for the FAAPI conference. This week I’m going to share photos from the 3 schools I visited. Below are photos from the first school, called … Read more
Fiona, a physics teacher from the U.K. who just recently returned home after teaching in North Carolina, commented on last week’s post about how kids get to school. Fiona left a note on Facebook, so she agreed to let me post her response here. Fiona :: In the U.K. kids get a license for a scooter at 16 but for a … Read more
Just a quick observation and a couple questions… A few nights ago I was chatting with a new Facebook Friend from Argentina about the need for a car (or lack thereof) and the age at which kids can get their driver’s license in our respective countries. If I remember correctly, 17 is the minimum age in Argentina. In the … Read more
photo by mysza831 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. Gift idea #1: Putumayo World Music Travel the world with Putumayo! Kids, teens, and adults will … Read more