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Are field trips important?

Field trips are important for several reasons. They reinforce material covered in the classroom and create a new learning environment. Field trips also strengthen the teacher-student bond.


Why aren't field trips important?

Many schools have cut field trips from student experiences. This is not because they are not important, but because there has been less money in most school budgets for these valuable experiences.


There should be more field trips in school?

There should be more field trips so kids can explore more things that's out here in the world


What are the advantages and disadvantages of school field trips?

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When did Junior Field Trips happen?

Junior Field Trips happened in 1995.


When was Junior Field Trips created?

Junior Field Trips was created in 1995.


Benefits from field trips?

Field trips allow students to escape the routine of their classrooms and explore.


Is more field trips good or bad?

No there should not be field trips because field trips waistes money and time


Where could one find information about field trips?

One can find information about field trips on the UIO Norwegian website. The University of Oslo has records of various field trips organized by the students and also by the secretarial committee.


Where could one go on virtual field trips?

Scholastic, Field Trips and Education World all offer virtual field trips. They include places such as Ghana, a volcano in Montserrat and Egypt. The trips utilise videoconferencing tools and Skype to immerse students in a virtual world.


What rhymes with subscrips?

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Who invented going on field trips?

John Dewey revolutionized the public school system, and introduced, among other things, field trips.