A World of Possibilities: How Educational Travel Impacts Student Futures

What students get out of an educational tour can be immediately apparent – the pictures of ancient ruins, the newly absorbed factoids, the delicately-crafted souvenirs from local artisans – but ...

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Celebrate National Poetry Month in Your Language Classes

Happy National Poetry Month! April is dedicated to exploring the poetic art form, and while Language Arts is usually the go-to subject for classroom integration, including poetry in a foreign language ...

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How to Build a World Language Program Through Travel

This guest blog post was written by French Teacher, Nicolette Miller, who has traveled with ACIS since 1991. Nicolette is also an Academic Travel Advisor for ACIS. One of the challenges ...

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Tour Manager Spotlight: Meet Tanis Danielson

Get to know our tour managers, well-traveled and fascinating individuals who make your ACIS educational tour truly unique and unforgettable. Today we’re happy to introduce you to Tanis Danielson.   What’s ...

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Five Fantastic Days on the East Coast with ACIS

This blog post is written Pascale Hickman, Associate Teaching Professor at Montana State University and ACIS Tour Manager. In May, we invited Pascale to join our ACIS team on the road ...

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Themed Tours—a New Educational Tool for 2015

We know, from talking to teachers who travel with ACIS, that some of the greatest teaching moments happen outside the classroom. We firmly believe that travel has the potential to ...

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The Benefits of Group Travel: Learning Lingos

I confess that I love speaking different languages. It’s one of those great benefits of group travel. I love learning other lingos and going out there into the streets and ...

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