Check out a few highlights from our latest trip out west to find out what you may discover on a journey through the western national parks!
For some teachers, the word “field trip” invites excitement and enthusiasm. For others, it can present some anxiety, especially if they have never taken such a large number of students on a trip before. Don’t let the idea of a big field trip overwhelm you, though!
Here are 5 tips to ensure your next field trip goes smoothly!
There are certain destinations that crowds flock to across the United States each year. Several cities probably just came to mind: New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Washington DC, and Las Vegas perhaps.
If you’re in need of a new and exciting trip, take a look at these five hidden gems of America to get an idea for your next adventure!
“By visiting the museum, students experience these aircraft and histories in a way not possible via textbook... The size, the smells, and the reality of these aircraft take on a whole new meaning to the students." Find out why your next field trip needs to include a stop at the Military Aviation Museum!
"Sending students on literary adventures across America - and the world - opens their eyes to worlds that had previously only existed in their minds. It allows them to make real-life connections with the authors and see behind the scenes of some of the world's greatest pieces of literature." We love this quote from Danielle Breshears. || This week on the blog we're looking at book-inspired tours that you have to experience! Check it out now!
A couple months ago, we talked about the benefits of student travel. Class trips provide students with academic value, emotional growth, new experiences, and so much more. In an article from ACIS, a leader in educational travel, the author describes student travel as a motivational tool! Read more here