Educational travel

PDF) EDUCATIONAL TOURISM IN THE TRAINING OF FUTURE TOURISM PROFESSIONALS

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PDF) School Trips Understanding the Young Traveller’s Perspective

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PDF) Educational Travel Program

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PDF) Shortening the trip to school: Examining how children’s active school travel is influenced by shortcuts

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PDF) What’s ‘quickest and easiest?’: Parental decision making about school trip mode

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PDF) The travel behaviours of international students

What is Educational Travel? Educational Travel is a carefully plannedbination of tours, site visits and hands-on learning opportunities, built around clear learning objectives. An educational tour is more than a vacation. It’s a tool for learning and success with fun and excitement built in. walking in the footsteps of emperors, seeing the art that inspired a society and speaking a foreign language tomunicate, students are engaging themselves and bing life-long, self-directed learners.Group leaders are typically teachers (though they don’t need to be), and as the name suggests they lead their group of travelers overseas. Group leaders choose an educational tour itinerary or work with their international program consultant to customize one..

What is Educational Travel? ACIS Educational Tours

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PDF) Global Citizenship as a Learning Oue of Educational Travel

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PDF) The University Student Travel Market: Motivations and Preferences for Activities

One sign of the growing interest in student travel both from the tourism industry and academic researchers is the global independent travel survey conducted by the ternational Student Travel Confederation (ISTC) and the Association for Tourism and Leisure Education (ATLAS). The survey, conducted in 2002, covers the profile and travel behaviour of 1,630 students booking travel from student travelanisations in eight countries. This article reports the initial results of this research. The survey showed that students are frequent travel consumers with extensive previous experience of relatively long trips outside of their own world region. Most students see their travelstyle as that of 39;traveller39;, but a significant proportion of the market characterised their travel as 39;backpacking39;..