We've been lucky enough to interview many international educators here on Wandering Educators, for our series entitled Profiles in International Education.
Rare are the books that get intercultural living; rarer still are the ones that are funny, interesting, and keep you reading with their honesty. One such remarkable book is Graduates in Wonderland: A Memoir of Friendship.
Many of you know firsthand that travel is an education. By opening yourself up to learning about where you are, you gain a far broader knowledge of the world than any other methods combined.
I started the organization, Advice to My Thirteen-Year-Old Self (The Advice Project), to support the empowerment and education of teen girls through a series of workshops and classes for teen girls at schools and community centers in New York City.ShareThis
Do you work with youth and wonder if there’s more that you could be doing? Join the club – whether you’re a parent, coach, educator, or mentor, you know that when it comes to working with teens, there’s always more to learn.
Throughout the past four years of high school, I have been crafting ideas about what I would like to do with the rest of my life, and particularly how I can prepare during the next four years of college. I am committed to writing and sharing about my travel, cultural, and educational experiences.