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The Top 10 Things Traveling Teachers Should Know
July 1, 2020

My travels to 50 states, seven continents and 89 countries have taught me many lessons—some learned the hard way, through trial and error. When I started my world adventures, friends and colleagues weren’t frequent travelers, so I couldn’t rely on them for advice. As I explored and learned, I vowed to share my knowledge to […]

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Tips for Keeping Students Hydrated on the Road
June 24, 2020

Staying hydrated should be a top priority, even when you’re not traveling. To avoid headaches, low energy, shakiness, muscle cramps or worse on the road, students should follow these tips for getting the proper amount of fluids while on their adventures. Drink water first thing in the morning and last thing at night. This could […]

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COVID-19 Considerations: Health and Safety on the Road
June 24, 2020

Tour operators, teachers, and group leaders should review specific processes and guidelines for traveling during a pandemic, especially those provided by official resources including local health departments and school boards. It’s also highly recommended they review the standard practices for when a student becomes ill on the road and sharing that information with parents in […]

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10 Things to Never Do While Traveling: Student Etiquette on the Road and Abroad
June 24, 2020

An interview with Katie Thompson, Marketing Manager for The Group Company Much effort goes into planning student group trips. With this in mind, Teach & Travel looks at the role of etiquette in successful student travel. Why is travel etiquette important? We sometimes overlook the importance of etiquette. Whether you venture to a new state or a […]

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Mary Kynett: Set Your Expectations High
June 17, 2020

Mary Kynett, currently with Dunecrest American School in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, completed 25 years of teaching in Montana, at Hobson Public School and Lewistown Junior High School. She taught Montana and United States history and physical education in both schools and has a double major in PE and K-8 elementary classroom. “My love for […]

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