Learn, Inspire, Travel, Repeat – The ACIS Tours Travel Blog

7 Global Valentine’s Day Traditions

Happy Valentine’s Day! February 14 is all about sharing the love – and maybe a little bit of chocolate! While roses and cute cards may now be synonymous with the ...

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New Classroom Content – 2019 ACIS STEM Calendar

Bring the science classroom around the world with the 2019 ACIS STEM Calendar! We’ve created a resource just for science teachers who want to expose their students to a wide range ...

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Teacher Travel Recap: Barcelona Training Weekend

My name is Adam, and I teach English in Monroe, Louisiana. I’m a first time ACIS Group Leader, and as such, I was invited to participate in their annual Barcelona ...

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4 Things My Students Have Taught Me About Chinese New Year

Leandra Beabout taught high school English before transitioning to a brief career in newspaper journalism. She now splits her time between teaching English as a new language in the virtual classroom and ...

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9 Underrated Spanish Festivals

Greetings to all the damas, caballeros y fiesteros! (ladies, gentlemen and party people!) After two years exploring the Iberian Peninsula, I’ve learned about the good, the bad and the mystifying ...

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Around the World With Peter Jones: 3 Country Catch-Up

ACIS President Peter Jones has had a busy few months traveling the globe! We’ve pulled together a few of his latest travel diaries from Scotland, Bruges and Oman. You can ...

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New Lesson Plan: Virtual Tour of the Jefferson Memorial

Make your Social Studies classes come alive through our Virtual Tourism Lesson Plans! You may have previously enjoyed the Washington D.C. centered Lesson Plans on the Lincoln Memorial and the US Capitol ...

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Off the Road: Daily Life of an ACIS Tour Manager

ACIS Tour Managers travel across the globe with students, but they all have to call someplace home. In our Off the Road series, we interview our Tour Managers to find out what ...

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5 Must-See Historical NYC Attractions

While Washington D.C. is famously known as the capital of the United States of America, many may be surprised to learn that this wasn’t always the case. This bears the ...

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New Lesson Plan: Virtual Tour of the US Capitol

Make your Social Studies classes come alive through our Virtual Tourism Lesson Plans! You may have previously enjoyed the Washington D.C. centered Lesson Plan on the Lincoln Memorial, and now ...

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