The best way to learn about other countries and cultures is to experience them–a belief that’s at the core of any experiential learning curriculum. Culturally immersive travel isn’t just about seeing the sites–it’s about tasting local dishes, observing live demonstrations, participating in cultural activities, speaking the language and meeting locals. As students experience the world firsthand, they expand their global awareness and develop new cultural perspectives.

Reading, Writing and…Travel?

We’re always interested in understanding educators’ motivations, goals, and the challenges they face—and we want to understand whether and how… Read more