Tag: distance education

It’s Kalyra’s dream to visit Paris. I blame myself for lighting this flame of desire within her. She was three and I had just returned home from the shops with some new clothes for her. I found a cute pink Read more >
I graduated from University in 1997 as a primary school teacher and headed straight for the worst area in London to teach for 2 years. Since then I’ve mostly taught children that have come from disadvantaged circumstances in North Carolina, Read more >
This is a guest post by Jo Castro from The ZigaZag Mag There are many reasons why parents decide to home school. Perhaps they live in the outback far from the nearest school, maybe there are philosophical or religious reasons, Read more >
Perhaps it is time to address the question. What about school? I was asked it a lot before we even knew we were going to travel around Australia for a year. Now it’s the number one question asked. I’m surprised people Read more >


A Big 5 Safari in Kruger National Park

We rounded a corner and there in the road essentially right in front of us were the painted forms of a pack of wild…