Category Archives: Global Citizenship

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 … Continue reading

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Off to the Canadian Maritimes…

Today, I am co-opting my rarely used blog site to write about my upcoming expedition on Lindblad Expeditions to the Canadian Maritimes. I was lucky enough to be picked as a Grosvenor Teacher Fellow with Lindblad and National Geographic, and … Continue reading

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Making Connections

Travel not only helps you widen your understanding of the world, it allows you to deepen understanding you already have. Visiting schools in other countries provides a window into the students’ lives and provides a point of reflection about our educational system and our lives. Continue reading

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