Teach, Tech, Trek

Greg Schwanbeck on Global Education, EdTech, and STEM Education

July 2, 2017

We spent Saturday on a whirlwind tour of several sites throughout Albay. Our party consisted of Adrian, a teacher at Bicol Regional Science High School, Rose, a teacher at Marcial O. Rañola Memorial School (MORMS) and Jenn's host teacher, our fearless driver Jerry, IR...

June 30, 2017

The morning started, as always, with the sun rising from beyond the majestic Mayon Volcano. This was the view directly out my hotel window this morning:

Angelo's guiding questions for this experience surround environmental education in the Philippines, so Kristina had a...

June 29, 2017

Angelo and I started the day teaching four consecutive one-hour classes on American culture. We taught each of the seventh grade's four sections, giving every student in the grade the opportunity to ask questions. Our classes were abbreviated versions of the cultural p...

June 28, 2017

My second day at Bicol Regional Science High School was packed full with class observations, enthusiastic students, guest teaching, and a great deal of learning and growth on my part.

I started the day observing a 7th grade math class. Students were practicing adding an...

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I'm a Physics teacher, instructional technology coach, and teacher trainer with a passion for global education, educational technology, and STEM education. This blog was created as part of my 2016-'17 Teachers for Global Classrooms fellowship. If you are looking for class resources or lesson plans see my full website at Schwanbeck.orgAll views expressed here are my own and do not represent the views of Westwood Public Schools, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, or the U.S. Department of State.

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These photos were taken during my various travels.

About Greg Schwanbeck

 I'm a physics teacher, instructional technology coach, and teacher trainer with a passion for educational technology, global education, travel, and grilling the perfect cheeseburger.