Follow a Fellow
Read about our fellow's journeys through their blogs. Check back often for updates and additional blogs.
FG's Math Corner: Sage Forbes-Gray, New York City.
Follow Sage as she compares school and community outreach organizations in Oaxaca and Puebla, Mexico and Los Angeles, California to learn strategies to create a more inclusive classroom for my students who have emigrated from Mexico and increase parental involvement at my school.
Ms. Browing's Great Adventure, Dana Browning, Austin, Texas
Join the adventure as Dana collaborates with Palestinian and Israeli participants in the World Affairs Council's "Road to Peace" in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Ramallah, Bethlehem, Hebron and Jericho to help students understand the delicate process of conflict resolution with an emphasis on technological resources.
Darwin: From Birth to Beagle, Dr. Catherine Cummins, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Dr. Cummins is documenting, through photographs and videos, locations significant in Charles Darwin's youth to illustrate his life prior to the HMS Beagle and provide middle school students a relevant introduction to the topic of Evolution.
Education and Adventure in India, Jeffrey Dyer, Prescott, Arizona
Join Jeff as he connects with musicians, artists, and NGOs in North and East India to research Indian culture and develop a semester-long curriculum culminating in a two-week student travel experience in India.