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A Guide to Great Field Trips

A Guide to Great Field Trips

January 2007 | 272 pages | Corwin
Formerly published by Zephyr PressField trips help students develop lifelong learning skills, increase personal responsibility, and expand their world views. This comprehensive guide explores every aspect of conducting successful trips, from establishing sound learning goals to following up after the excursion. The author covers practical issues such as safety, transportation, permissions, chaperones, and meals.
1. Why Take Field Trips
2. The World as the Classroom: Where to Go and What to Do
3. Caring and Curiousity: The Foundations of Field Trips
4. Field Trips Are for Learning!
5. Handling Logistics: A Field Trip Essential

"A creative and useful resource for any type of field trip."

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Kathleen Carroll

Kathleen Carroll is a professor at Cambridge College and has been leading students on field trips for decades. She is the author of Field Trips, Science for Every Learner, and Sing a Song of Science. More About Author

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ISBN: 9781569762097