How to Prevent a Lost Student Situation

How to Prevent a Lost Student Situation

Losing track of a student during travel is every tour operator's nightmare. Once a student is separated from the group, corrective actions are limited. Preventive steps must take place, so a student doesn't become separated. Suggestions to prevent a lost student...

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Going Hiking? Prepare With These Tips

Going Hiking? Prepare With These Tips

Help groups have a safe and pleasant outdoor hiking experience with these pro tips. Hiking is a wonderful way to experience a destination first hand while also being active and getting some steps in. And while it's always nice to admire beautiful photos of forests or...

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Handling Conflict Between Students

Handling Conflict Between Students

No matter how hard you try, sometimes students are going to have disagreements with one other. When those disagreements happen while on a trip, it can become even stickier of an issue to deal with. The good news is there are strategies and steps to take to help handle...

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Safety in the City

Safety in the City

Traveling to a big city is an exciting and unique opportunity, but of course, it comes with its own challenges. Issues like theft, health and keeping track of each other are made more difficult by large crowds and public transport, so it takes a bit of extra...

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Fostering Emotional Health During Travel

Fostering Emotional Health During Travel

Traveling with a group of students can be fun, but it can also be stressful. Educators who lead trips face challenges making transportation and accomodations reservations; planning fun, interactive itineraries that meets the needs and interests of the students and...

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Keeping Student Travel Healthy and Safe

Keeping Student Travel Healthy and Safe

Managing health and safety has always been a top priority in student travel, long before the pandemic began. From allergies to flus, diabetes and sprained ankles, any number of things can become an issue while traveling with students. When you throw Covid-19 in the...

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