ACIS Iceland: Your Classroom Outdoors

We’ve recently blogged about the natural beauty of Iceland, but these amazing landscapes hold more than photo opps: behind every waterfall and beneath every geyser there is an adventure in scientific ...

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7 Natural Reasons to Head to Iceland

Combine sprawling national parks, hot springs, volcanoes, windswept cliffs, waterfalls, craggy moors and northern lights, and you have an outdoor adventurer’s dream come true. Or as it’s better known, Iceland. ...

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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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An Icelandic Winter

It’s the middle of winter, the snow has just started, the temperature is jumping down into the teens most days in Boston, and the days are desperately short. I know ...

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STEM Educational Travel in Iceland: An Interview with Science Teacher and ACIS Group Leader – Yvonne John

Yvonne John is a science teacher at Naperville North High School in Naperville, IL. She teaches Chemistry and AP Environmental Science, so she is always looking for ways to paint ...

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Iceland 2016 – Global Conference Review

This guest post was contributed by Academic Travel Advisor Nicolette Miller upon her return from the ACIS Global Teacher Conference in Reykjavik, Iceland. Reykjavik 1/15/16 We landed at 6:15 am ...

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