#StudyAbroadBecause ‘There is no travel without learning and no learning without travel’

Tuesday, December 23, we held a live video hangout focusing on ‘study abroad’ in tandem with the hashtag #StudyAbroadBecause

Guests: Gregory Hubbs, Transitions Abroad 
http://www.transitionsabroad.com

Jessica Voigts, Wandering Educators @WanderingEds
http://www.wanderingeducators.com

As recommended reading, I would encourage friends to take a good look at Transitions Abroad which breaks down ‘Study Abroad’ into the following categories:

I’m keen on learning how well we’re doing now and what we might do better in the near future. And by ‘we’ I mean the whole human ecosystem from students to educators to local guides and teachers and the passerbys that benefit from a world that could thrive on people-to-people engagement. Personally, I love the idea that educators are wandering as I have deep faith in the Michael Serres mantra ‘There is no travel without learning and no learning without travel.’

Join us for the conversation. If you have questions before or during the hangout, use the Q&A app that has already been enabled.

Tuesday, December 23, The Best of US Hangout

Starting Time: 10am Las Vegas, 1pm New York City, 6pm London, Wednesday 5am Sydney

Storify: https://storify.com/ronmader/whtravelbloggers

Wiki: http://planeta.wikispaces.com/studyabroad

There is no travel without learning and no learning without travel - Michel Serres

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