Moved By Susan R. Koff

Moved By Susan R. Koff

Washington Square Park is one of my favorite places in NYC. It’s located in the wonderful Greenwich Village (Manhattan) and always filled with (what seems to me) happy people enjoying the slower pace that you can only find in NYC public parks. It’s the area where New...
How New York Moved Me

How New York Moved Me

In 2007 I had my first encounter with the city I now love as much as my own: New York. I was a student, studying for my BA in Dance Education and all third year students went on a study trip to the U.S.A. This was a huge deal for me, growing up in a small town in the...
Moved By Norma Sue Fisher-Stitt

Moved By Norma Sue Fisher-Stitt

Summer in Canada has been amazing. And hot. Very hot. On another, what seems to be typical hot and humid day, I take the subway and bus towards York University, where I will have my very first interview for my Moving Educators research. I’ve already been exploring...
On The Move

On The Move

Canada is by far one of the most beautiful countries I’ve ever seen. It has everything; nature, big cities, amazingly nice and genuine people, and GREAT food. In two weeks, I had it all. From the Timbits at Tim Horton’s, to pancakes with Maple Syrup and authentic...

Moving Educators

In the English dictionary, there are 26 different ways to explain the word move. I think that’s the reason why I chose this name as a title for my blog/journey. In English the word has such beautiful meanings. From the 23rd of July 2016 I will travel the world in...