Benefits of Class Trips

written November 11, 2016, by contentadmin

Benefits of Travel & Class Trips | GO Educational Tours Educational travel has grown exponentially in the last two decades. More and more educators are taking their students on class trips. We love working with dedicated and passionate teachers in the school communities. Each destination, whether domestic or international play a part in a student's growth academically and personally. Washington DC is always one of the top destinations. It allows students to connect with their history as they write a page of their own, perhaps be inspired to change it when they see the iconic memorials and monuments. Or having students stand on the Battlefield of Gettysburg, almost as it was back in 1863, is a memorable experience even for those of us fortunate to return every year. It still is special. Perhaps seeing the hustle and bustle of New York City will leave big impression. Just discovering how efficient and quick the subway is when navigating through Manhattan like a New Yorker is always a great part of any educational tour. Walking in the streets of Boston on the Freedom Trail and reliving the events that led to the revolution and the Battle of Boston and the cunning tactics of Washington. Whether in Williamsburg, Charleston, Huntsville, Florida on the space coast or Orlando, each travel experience to these destinations will change your student. Growth, maturity and confidence. Seeing and experiencing new environments, dealing with the new challenges of traveling preparation, packing, planning your movements are all part of the joys of travel. Changing our zones of comfort are all part of travel. Travel gives a competitive advantage to young travelers. Each trip allows them to gain more and more confidence to take on new destinations and making their world a little smaller each time. Travel | Engage | Learn | Experience Travel, engage, learn, experience summarizes what we strive for to make all of our trips a special and memorable chapter in your students history. Start planning today, make your students write their chapter of their history. Stefan Mercier

Benefits of Travel & Class Trips | GO Educational Tours

Educational travel has grown exponentially in the last two decades. More and more educators are taking their students on class trips. We love working with dedicated and passionate teachers in the school communities.

Each destination, whether domestic or international play a part in a student’s growth academically and personally.

Washington DC is always one of the top destinations. It allows students to connect with their history as they write a page of their own, perhaps be inspired to change it when they see the iconic memorials and monuments.

Or having students stand on the Battlefield of Gettysburg, almost as it was back in 1863, is a memorable experience even for those of us fortunate to return every year. It still is special.

Perhaps seeing the hustle and bustle of New York City will leave big impression. Just discovering how efficient and quick the subway is when navigating through Manhattan like a New Yorker is always a great part of any educational tour.

Walking in the streets of Boston on the Freedom Trail and reliving the events that led to the revolution and the Battle of Boston and the cunning tactics of Washington.

Whether in Williamsburg, Charleston, Huntsville, Florida on the space coast or Orlando, each travel experience to these destinations will change your student.

Growth, maturity and confidence.

Seeing and experiencing new environments, dealing with the new challenges of traveling preparation, packing, planning your movements are all part of the joys of travel. Changing our zones of comfort are all part of travel.

Travel gives a competitive advantage to young travelers. Each trip allows them to gain more and more confidence to take on new destinations and making their world a little smaller each time.

Travel | Engage | Learn | Experience

Travel, engage, learn, experience summarizes what we strive for to make all of our trips a special and memorable chapter in your students history.

Start planning today, make your students write their chapter of their history.

 

Stefan Mercier