Written by Executive Director Chadd McGlone T2T-I has a new word in its vocabulary of programs: seminar. In Spanish, it’s capacitaciones pedagógicas. Given that we’re providing seminars in STEM education, we’re considering coining the term STEMinars. You heard it here first, folks! To...

An interesting concept in mathematics is exponential growth. At T2T-I we like to practice what we preach, so we’re first going to provide you with the definition from Dictionary.com: development at an increasingly rapid rate in proportion to the growing...

From October 3 to 7, 2016, teachers in Galápagos had an opportunity to become students. Teams of experienced educators from at least six countries in North and South America offered lessons on best teaching practices for the subjects of mathematics...

This post was contributed by Elizabeth Ollila (at right), who is currently a senior at Carrboro High School in North Carolina. T2T-I thanks her for participating on the 2016 Teacher Trip to Santa Avelina, Guatemala. Here are her words...

Written by Brittany Lenhart, T2T-I Intern, N.C., U.S. How does a soon-to-be graduate of an International Education program finish up her degree in the best way possible? Let me share with you the answer: she travels to the Galápagos Islands to work...

Written by Kelley O'Brien, T2T-I Associate Director, Carrboro, N.C., U.S. It was not until I was 20 years old that I learned to love math. This epiphany occurred during a game theory class I took from Professor Hollingsworth at University of...

How can local culture make STEM education more engaging for students? Teachers2Teachers-International visited a school on the Pacific Coast of Guatemala to coach teachers how to do this....

Written by Charlotte McGlone, Chapel Hill, North Carolina Visiting a new school with Teachers2Teachers - International is always an interesting experience. There is a mixture of excitement and nervousness that makes these trips unique. Excitement, because I know that I could be creating the precursors for...