“Tips, Tricks & Secrets of Educational Travel is a priceless resource for any teacher considering educational travel.”
Boston, MA (PRWEB) September 23, 2010
“Tips, Tricks & Secrets of Educational Travel” Is A Thorough, Teacher-Compiled Guide to Planning an International Educational Tour
Ask teachers who have traveled abroad with their students and they will tell you that the benefits of the experience are both abundant and lasting. For some teachers however, the idea of taking a group of students overseas for a week can seem overwhelming.
“Nearly every teacher I’ve ever spoken with over the years will agree that an educational travel experience would be beneficial to their students as well as their own professional development,” said NETC Executive Vice President Justin Sockett. “Even knowing this, for some teachers, the idea of organizing an educational trip abroad simply seems too daunting.”
To help allay these concerns, NETC has reached out to its vast network of teachers who have all successfully traveled abroad with their students and asked them for their insights into how to organize and execute a successful trip. From this feedback, NETC created Tips, Tricks & Secrets of Educational Travel. This informative list contains a solution or suggestion for every aspect of an educational trip, from strategies for keeping track of students and passports while abroad, to country-specific tips that will help teachers and students experience the full potential of their foreign adventure.
“The teachers who have traveled with us over the past 20 years have the best understanding of how to make an educational trip an enjoyable experience for both student and teacher,” said Sockett. “Tips, Tricks & Secrets of Educational Travel is a priceless resource for any teacher considering educational travel.”
Download a free copy of Tips, Tricks & Secrets of Educational Travel here: http://www.educationaltravel.com/PR/Travel-Tips-and-Tricks.aspx
Once a teacher has decided to begin organizing a trip with NETC, they are assigned a personal Tour Consultant, who will guide and support them every step of the way. NETC makes student travel worry free, so you can relax and enjoy your educational tour experience with your students.
To learn more about teacher-led international educational tours, please visit NETC: http://bit.ly/c1LZ0D
The National Educational Travel Council (NETC) was incorporated in Massachusetts in 1993 and has since organized highly successful educational tours for hundreds of thousands of teachers and students. A community of educators, travel experts, and international education professionals, NETC is committed to providing students with an engaging and enriching, Educational Travel experience that instills a lifelong passion for learning and travel. For more information visit them on the web at http://www.educationaltravel.com.