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Central Mexico 2019, Traveling In Community

We enjoyed the benefits of family group travel in Guanajuato and Mexico City for a two-week learning adventure with a wonderful crew of worldschoolers. We covered the sights, asked many questions, and had valuable moments of curiosity and problem-solving. We embraced the opportunity to be guests in Central Mexico as a small, supportive travel community. …

How We Worldschool

Worldschooling is an educational term many families use who incorporate travel and learning from other cultures into their schooling and family experiences. Yet, worldschooling is more than studying another culture or taking a trip – it’s using a world lens through which to view learning – it’s consistently reaching for a better understanding of people …

5 Things We learned Worldschooling in Rancho Viejo, Mexico

After leading a worldschooling tour in Mexico City and then a theater project in San Miguel de Allende, Melissa and I had the opportunity to spend a week in rural Rancho Viejo, Mexico. This mountain town of 150-people is nestled in a biosphere that is both beautiful and isolated. A friend and Peace Corps volunteer, …

Postcards from the Sacred Valley, Peru

The Sacred Valley, land of so many colors, beautiful views, kind people, timeless landscapes. In March 2019, we traveled with their our six intrepid, young travelers (ages 5-14) to Peru for an action-packed exploratory trip. We are so excited to return in Spring 2020 with a group of people, including YOU! Stay tuned for trip …

Peru Planning: Behind the Scenes

We walk a fine line between being well-prepared but not locking ourselves into a tight schedule. We don’t make a rigid itinerary because we want the ability to shape the experience as we go. We list all the kid-friendly possibilities, collect the research, and then book the things we have to book ahead of time. …