Casita Institute designs and facilitates meaningful opportunities for educators to improve their Spanish through instruction, immersion, and transformative experiences.

Traveling Teacher Program

The Traveling Teacher Program is designed for educators that want to improve their Spanish in order to better serve the students and families with whom they work. This is achieved through total language immersion, one-on-one language tutoring focusing on vocabulary specific to education, and the opportunity to practice Spanish in authentic educational settings.

STUDY

STUDY

Study Spanish five hours per day one-on-one in a beautiful setting. One teacher, one student!

LIVE

LIVE

Live with a Guatemalan family and share each home cooked meal together. Authentic practice!

DO

DO

After class, volunteer in an educational setting and/or explore the city and its surrounding areas!

What does the Traveling Teacher Program include?

5 hours a day of one-on-one Spanish tutoring Monday through Friday

Home-stay with a local family that includes all meals and private accommodations

All in-country transportation, including airport pick-up and drop-off

Overnight stay in Antigua, including Welcome Breakfast and walking tour

Volunteer coordination and opportunities to practice your Spanish and vocabulary in real educational settings

Planned daily excursions and activities in and around the community

Graduation dinner at the end of your session

In-country meet-ups with your Casita Institute coordinator

What are we up to at Casita Institute?

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Wishing all our educators a happy first day back! All of your hard work over the summer to improve your Spanish will create a more welcoming environment as you bring new students and families into your classrooms this year! #aisdproud

75 hours of one-on-one Spanish tutoring, three weeks living and eating with a Guatemala family, countless new adventures and understandings - graduation dinner is here! You did it, teachers. #travelingteacher2018

Visited Trama Textiles to learn how women of Xela support their families and sustain their traditions through the Mayan art of backstrap loom weaving. #travelingteacher2018

Earlier this week the traveling teachers had their welcome orientation and learned about all the cool activities on the calendar for the coming weeks! #travelingteacher2018