Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Around the World Wednesday ~ Outside-the-U.S. Blogger Link Up

When I learn where other bloggers call home, I find it very fascinating!  It really shows how small our world is.  

I also think this makes for an excellent opportunity to connect with other teachers, classrooms, and students from all around the globe!  Our students can truly benefit from building these relationships in the classroom.

With that in mind, I've decided to host 2 different linky parties.

This week is for all of the non-U.S. bloggers out there.  No matter the grade level or content area, if you are outside of the United States, I'd LOVE for you to add your blog below!

{Doodle Frames from The 3AM Teacher}

Your post must include the image above and a link back to this post!  Please make sure to follow linky etiquette.  

Link up as your blog name followed by your location.
{Making It As A Middle School Teacher ~ USA}

I'll have something for all of us U.S. bloggers next week!



  1. What a great idea Michelle! I'm looking forward to checking these bloggers out!
    The Connected Teacher

  2. Great idea! Can't wait to see all the fabulous blogs that link up!


    Addie Education - Teacher Talk

  3. This is a great idea! I'm new to this, and forgot to mention in my link-up that I am from Canada. My blog is Living to Learn.


  4. I am so glad to find another middle school teacher blog!! Great idea on the linky party.

    Crofts' Classroom

  5. Awesome linky! It is interesting to see the similarities and differences of education in different countries!

    Using My Teacher Voice

  6. Thank you for letting me link up! I forgot to add that I'm from Canada...sorry about that! :)

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  8. I love this link-up. I will also be an outside-the-U.S. blogger this year. I'm teaching at an international school in Venezuela.

    Learning and Teaching for Life

  9. I really apprecite your work...that Shows you are special.

    But I could not find the link to join.can I join?

    I am your newest follower!
    I'd love you to stop by my blog if you get a chance!

  10. I love this! I'm so bummed that the linky party is closed! I'm going to be a kindergarten teacher this year at an international school in China. Could I still join and could you possibly making a China button too?

    Cheers To School

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  12. Fabulous. I'm glad to have found this so I can check out everyone's blogs. Ironically, I did hear about it in time and lost track of it (overwhelmed...) Grateful to have found all of you now so I can check out your blogs!

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  15. Thanks a lot for this chance! I´m a bilingual teacher (English-Spanish) from Buenos Aires, Argentina! I have a store in teacherspayteachers called READY TO TEACH ENGLISH AND SPANISH and a blog too. I´m so glad for your help! I know sharing is good for all teachers or educators!

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