Jessica & Svea on Tour – Educators as Explorers

While you may have never thought about circumnavigating Newfoundland (or maybe you’ve never even heard of it), Newfoundland and the surrounding islands are chock full of culture, history, geology, geography, and ecology–essentially an educator’s paradise.  We (Svea and Jessica) were fortunate enough to partake in a Lindblad expedition to this lesser-known destination as National Geographic and Lindblad Expeditions Grosvenor Teacher Fellows. Over the course of nine days, we visited two countries, three provinces, and numerous amazing historical and cultural locations.

We’re excited to share with you, over the next ten days, our top ten reasons why you, too, should visit this area of the world.

 

 

About Jessica Lura

I am the director of teaching and learning at public K-8 charter school in Northern California. I work to integrate technology and hands-on learning into the classroom. I develop and lead professional development for my school, helping teachers develop project-based learning and design thinking units, integrate technology and digital citizenship in the classroom, and create opportunities for real world interactions and projects. For my efforts, I was named Santa Clara County's Office of Education Charter School Teacher of Year for 2013 and a 2014 Comcast All-Star Teacher. I am also a Google Certified Innovator
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