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Costa Rica Travel Journal - ACIS Global Conference Review

Costa Rica Travel Journal – ACIS Global Conference Review

Erin Maliszewski, aka Rudey, is a French teacher, ACIS Group Leader and write (not necessarily in that order) who lives in Chicago. She wrote this recap of her experience on ...

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Virtual Tourism – Online Tour of Neuschwanstein Castle [6 LESSON PLANS]

When it comes to learning a world language, there’s no better way than to immerse students in the culture of the target language. That’s where the language comes alive and ...

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Edna Pajela on STEM and STEAM in Iceland

Teacher Spotlight: Edna Pajela – McKinney, Texas on STEM and STEAM in Iceland

Edna Pajela works at McKinney Christian Academy in McKinney, Texas and has traveled with her students several times throughout her career. She recently completed a trip to Iceland where she ...

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3 tricks for teachers to survive cold season

3 DIY Cold Season Survival Tricks for Teachers

This blog post was submitted by Amy DeSamsonow, a member of our international program team, working with teachers in the Northeastern USA As a company that works with thousands of ...

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Language Immersion and Homestay [VIDEO]

ACIS Language Immersion and Homestays [VIDEO]

  To truly understand and appreciate another culture, visiting it isn’t enough. You need to live it. And while all ACIS programs connect students with the cultures they are visiting, ...

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Where to Find Free Spanish Language Resources for Teachers

Where to Find Free Spanish Language Resources for Teachers

Spanish teachers are always on the lookout for new resources to help their students delve deeper into the target language. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of websites that offer ...

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A California Teacher's Guide to Making Student Travel Inclusive at Your School

A California Teacher’s Guide to Making Student Travel Inclusive at Your School

Linda Carpenter has been an associate professor of English, Speech & the Humanities for Coastline College for the past 38 years. She recently retired from Edison High School where she ...

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Virtual Tourism – Online Tour of the Château de Chenonceau [6 LESSON PLANS]

When it comes to learning a world language, there’s no better way than to immerse students in the culture of the target language. That’s where the language comes alive and ...

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Peter Jones' Statement on Living in a Multi-Cultural World

ACIS President Peter Jones’ Statement on Living in a Multi-Cultural World

When we first started ACIS in 1978, we had a very simple premise: Travel Changes Lives. The success of ACIS as an educational travel organization has always been based around ...

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teacher spotlight - linda goldsworthy

Teacher Spotlight: Linda Goldsworthy – Rhinelander, Wisconsin

Linda Goldsworthy, a social studies teacher at Rhinelander High School in Rhinelander, Wisconsin was awarded Global Educator of the Year by the State of Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. According ...

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