Nina Hall became a teacher because she loves learning, which is probably best evidenced by her string of degrees from the University of Colorado, Massachusetts, and West Florida. Traveling, though, has been her most exciting education. She has traveled to 35 countries, lived overseas for 8 years, and taught ELL, language arts, and history in Singapore, Myanmar, and the Dominican Republic. Nina’s teaching and learning philosophy is founded on fun. After all, when students are enjoying the lesson, they’re interested, paying attention, and excited to engage with the material. This creates a combination that naturally fosters self-motivation and memorable learning. For that reason, Nina works hard to make her classes exciting, particularly through project-based learning strategies that culminate in community-oriented interaction or presentations.