Field Trip Factory is proud to announce new Field Trip opportunities both in the US and Canada. Featuring lessons ranging from digital media literacy to the importance of natural, sustainable, green choices, we look forward to rolling out trips that inspire new levels of hands-on learning. For a list of all the programs in your area, click here.
In addition to brand-new programs, we are launching the latest Explore the Store Field Trip at Piggly Wiggly in Kinston, North Carolina. In the area? Learn more details about this fun, engaging trip.
Take a look at what’s new.
Media Literacy lessons come to life when students are given a rare opportunity to explore the latest digital technology in a playful, creative way. The program also highlights important lessons of online safety and privacy in a relatable and engaging setting.
Students are given the freedom to explore interactive storytelling with the aid of Microsoft’s in-store theatre, various technologies and interactive stations. It’s high-speed learning in a world where educational technology is constantly evolving.
Brought to you by the Microsoft team, this field trip currently takes place only in Canada.
Digital literacy is set to make an impact in a big way in the next few years. This past February, it was announced that Adobe and Prezi are set to donate $400 million dollars to the effort of improving technology education in America.
If you would like to see this program in your area, contact us and let’s get the conversation started! Email or give us a call at 800.987.6409.
Starting this April, Mrs. Green’s Natural Market is excited to provide free guided field trips at select locations in Chicago, New York, Virginia and Connecticut.
The mission of the Think Global. Eat Local. field trip is sharing with students just how their actions and food choices shape their world for the better. Simple steps for “going green” and what exactly that means are the (whole-grain) bread and butter of this simply nutritious hands-on adventure.
“Green” living is all about eating well, but it’s also about giving back. Exploring recycling, sourcing from local farmers and organic food jump starts a connection between students and the impact they have on their community.
For more information on this field trip, sign up here.
Now that we’ve shared what’s coming this spring, we turn to you for inspiration. What sort of field trip would inspire your students? Teachers, community members — we want to know how we can create new programs benefiting you.