Photographer of the Month: Daniel Burdett

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The most important thing any artist can have is the desire and hunger to create. This motivation gets you out the door, challenges you to learn new things, to go outside at ungodly hours of the day (or night) in all sorts of weather, to edit behind a computer for hours, and then to repeat it all over again. This month we travel to the West Coast of Canada through the lens of a person whose desire to create has seen him develop a stable of photography skills, and an impressive portfolio, through a few years of dedicated work.

Florida Culture for the Week of April 13, 2015 by Josh Garrick

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Florida Culture for the Week of April 13, 2015 by Josh Garrick

April 15 – 30th Annual Taste of Winter Park

Pinit Smartphone App: Genius Travel Goodness

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I'm all for supporting good things, as our Wandering Educators know! And do I have a good one today - it's a smartphone app that is all about sharing travel experiences (read our tagline! We love sharing travel experiences!). It's currently in development, and I'm impressed. Here's why... it was created by a 15 year-old - and we know that millenials know what they are doing online.

#TeachAbroadBecause You will Live Life Fully!

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Sandra Kennedy has traveled extensively in China, Tibet, Europe, Ecuador, Uruguay, Argentina, Chile, Morocco, Mexico, Peru, Portugal, United States, Tahiti, and the Cook Islands. She taught eight years for American Internationals Schools in Paris, Lima, and Lisbon.

Florida Culture for the Week of April 6, 2015 by Josh Garrick

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Florida Culture for the Week of April 6, 2015 by Josh Garrick

Now to May 31 – Long Way to the Top: Hard Rock in Orlando 1977 to 1985

Through the Eyes of an Educator: Melbourne, Australia

Last week I caught up with a former high school student who happened to be in San Diego, California for a visit. Now a twenty-something graduate assistant and student finding her way in the world, we spent the day discussing travel wishes, living in new cities, dreams, opportunities, and how learning should be fun.

Sugar Land Sweetens Affair With Chefs, Wine, and Food

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Sugar Land, 20 miles southwest of Houston, is poised to receive more than 10,000 food and wine lovers this week. The 12th Annual Sugar Land Wine & Food Affair kicks off Wednesday, April 8 and runs through Sunday, April 12.

Premium wines, only 400 bottles shy of 3,000, will be swirled, savored, and paired with delicious samplings of haute cuisine prepared by nearly 100 Texas, national, and international celebrity chefs representing some of the region’s best restaurants.


Why We Should Stop Criticizing the Individual

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Everyone has bias. Pre-conceived notions affect individual lives as well as the way in which individuals operate within a system; bias affects the life you are interacting with. Officer Darren Wilson worked in a system where he was entitled to the rights to reinforce the racial bias. Ferguson will go down in the history books as our generation’s civil rights movement. Although there is a heated debate over Wilson’s indictment, I believe the bigger issue is the structural problem of bias in America’s criminal justice system.


An Out of This World Family Holiday

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Are you planning an extraordinary vacation – wanting something different from the norm - out of this world family holidays? Short of jetting off into space, you’ve got some research ahead of you. But let me suggest something that will be remembered forever, marked down in family lore, and be magical, to boot – stay in a castle.

Yes. A castle. How cool is that?!

Leaving the Amazon Feels Like a Breakup

Amazon Student Field Reporter Project: We’ve enlisted the help of several students to share their 2015 Amazon experiences with us. Over the coming months we will regularly feature their posts, photos, and reflections – letting them tell their amazing stories of the Amazon and its impact on their lives! 


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