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Inspiring Interdisciplinary Projects: Teacher Travel Journals and the Cool Work They Can Do in the Classroom (K-12)

Saturday, Feb. 9, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Do you want to deepen your experience when you have a chance to travel? Do you wish you could bring the local/regional/national/international world into the classroom to engage your students? Participants will learn how to write about their own travels using travel journals and will also see a variety of examples. The facilitator will share a third grade economics unit that revolved around a teacher’s trip to Otavalo, Ecuador, as well as other ideas for integrating travel experiences into the curriculum. Participants will write and collaborate on activities to use in the classroom.


Kate Woodbridge is a Red Clay Fellow from 2012. She has written her way around Iceland, France, Vietnam, Ecuador, Costa Rica, and the U.S. Kate is a doctoral student at Georgia State University and teaches third grade at Winnona Park Elementary School in Decatur, Georgia. Outside of working and learning, she enjoys nature and making messes with art supplies.

This event is part of the Red Clay Writing Project Saturday Morning Series.


Cost: $45

Registration and cancellation deadline: February 4, 2019

Cancellation and refund policy: All cancellations must be submitted via email before the cancellation deadline in order to receive a full refund. Cancellations after the cancellation deadline are non-refundable. If cancellation is not made by the deadline, and you are not able to attend, you or your organization is still liable for payment.


Aderhold Hall
110 Carlton Street
Athens, GA 30602