Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Six presidential places where students can trace history

Presidential homes and libraries across the country depict the lives, works and legacies of past leaders.
Augmented reality experience, Hall of Biodiversity, American Museum of Natural History, New York City, N.Y.

Charged: American Museum of Natural History’s expansion sparks new digital experiences

NEW YORK — Expected to open in 2020, the Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation will address key challenges in STEM education.
Zip lining, ArborTrek Canopy Adventures, Stowe, Vt.

Adrenaline adventures: Dare to experience wild thrills, from serene to extreme

If students are ready for some action-packed excitement, strap on some safety gear and buckle in. Kick thrills and fun into overdrive with these four adrenaline adventures.

Focus On: Branson, Missouri

Branson and students go together like the stage and the spotlight. With its miles of neon lights and 100-plus live shows with 57,000 seats,...
Photo: Yale University/Michael Marsland

Focus On: New Haven, Connecticut

New Haven, Connecticut, is located on the deep New Haven Harbor on the northern shore of the Long Island Sound. Greater New Haven is 70...
Colonial Williamsburg, Williamsburg, Virginia

Colonial Williamsburg delivers history in digital age

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. — Although more than half of Colonial Williamsburg's website traffic comes from iPads and iPhones, an even more mobile-friendly website is in the works.
Baton Rouge skyline, La.

Focus On: Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Louisiana’s capital city, Baton Rouge, is situated on the eastern bank of the Mississippi River. Located 80 miles from New Orleans along the Great...
Providence, R.I.

5 Stops: Providence

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — The capital of one of the original 13 colonies, Providence offers rich history and immaculately preserved architecture.
Downtown street, Odense, Denmark

Celebrate Hans Christian Andersen in Odense, Denmark

The father of fairy tales lives on in his native city. There are statues of Hans Christian Andersen all over the world. New York City...

Michael McLaughlin shares insider student travel tips

Michael McLaughlin has been in education for more than a decade. And throughout the last eight years, he has encouraged and spearheaded student travel.

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