“We know getting a group together for an overseas school trip can be a daunting task, especially for any teachers running their first trip,” said Ian Peters, sales director of WorldStrides. “The introduction of Shared Perspectives means teachers no longer need to worry about large student numbers which in turn makes international travel more accessible to schools and opens up new destinations which were previously out of reach.”
Shared Perspectives tours include WorldStrides LEAP (Learning through Exploration and Active Participation) activities designed to get the teachers and students interacting with the local people, culture and places. LEAP is WorldStrides trademarked approach to learning based on Howard Gardener’s theory of multiple intelligences, the philosophy of constructivism and the synthesis of the transmission, transaction and transformational approaches to learning.
WorldStrides are able to offer Shared Perspectives tours due to their global size and nearly 50 years of experience. Over 6 million students have travelled with WorldStrides to date.
Visit www.worldstrides.co.uk/education/shared-perspectives or contact [email protected] for more information.