Educators are key players in giving students the opportunity to venture to places they’ve never been and seeing the world from a whole new perspective.
That’s why in every issue of Teach & Travel, you’ll find an educator profile—showcasing an educator who has traveled with students!
From an educator who found the passion for student travel after being a chaperone on her daughter’s trip, to collaborating educators who love the independence travel allows students to experience, to a school principal who helped create service-learning opportunities for his students, each adventure is different. And though the educators’ student travel journey varies, they all seek to offer students the same thing: growth, perspective and long-lasting memories.
Teach & Travel wants to tell your student travel stories!
What lessons were learned from having to shift to your plan B in an unexpected situation? What interesting experience taught you and your students something new? What creative methods were used to fundraise and make travel possible for your students?
If you or an educator you know are a good candidate for the Teach & Travel educator profile, please send an email to Sarah Suydam describing why: [email protected]
Written by Sarah Suydam, Staff Writer for Teach & Travel.