photo by mikeheth In the U.S., world maps hang in many classrooms. Standard classroom maps often present the world in the way the map above does. But, as we know, such classic maps can be misleading. This morning I discovered Worldmapper, a great online map resource that shows the world as you’ve never seen it … Read more
photo by BeavertonHistoricalSociety School: Beaverton Public School (~1910), Beaverton, Oregon, USA How many one, two, three or four-room school houses still exist where you live?
This entire week, schools around the world are celebrating International Education Week (IEW). In the U.S., for example, a university in Oregon is having a Fair Trade sale. A Colombian high school Spanish teacher in North Carolina is leading presentations about Latin American countries. And a Michigan elementary school, currently studying the continent of Africa, … Read more
photo by peiqianlong Question: How many students were in your classes at school?
Why this blog? Think for a moment about the word bread. What pops into your mind? I (Cate) was a teenage exchange student in Germany when I realized that the meaning Germans attach to the word Brot was very different from the one I attached to bread. For me, bread was pre-sliced, squishy, and white. … Read more