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a group excursion (to a museum or the woods or some historic place) for firsthand examination

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A VIRTUAL reality specialist has been awarded nearly PS230,000 to develop a product which helps prepare and educate pupils for field trips.
Field Trip Library uses Story Map technology from Esri - the world's largest provider of geographic data.
Myers was unaware of the school district's policy that prohibits students and adults from staying in the same room on overnight field trips, Mc Gillivray said.
Some sites even have a dedicated "Teacher Guide" brochure with the information needed to plan a field trip.
Other teachers can show the field trip to their classes via projectors or individual computers.
The Kohl's Cares Field Trip Grant Program will allow local schools to take advantage of engaging, educational opportunities outside the classroom without the extra cost.
A USD 500 grant will be awarded directly to schools to be used for field trip ground transportation needs such as buses or gas.
The Field Trip FUNd will provide ground transportation for educational field trips.
ADIPEC (Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference) 2010 will host a series of field trips during its conference programme this year to provide first-hand insights in to the world-class oil and gas operations in the UAE.
The sheer number of students, along with long traveling hours and low per-student funding, may make effective field instruction difficult and challenging, causing the idea of a traditional field trip to seem completely overwhelming and impractical (Switzer, 1995).
Nancy Counts, who has children in the school district, told the board the April field trip should be voted down.
TEENAGERS are dropping out of geography lessons because they aren't being taken away on field trips.
TEENAGERS have had their heads in the clouds after scaling new heights on a field trip.
In a recent Program Management Office Course (PMT-352B), the learning-from-experience concept was applied in a class field trip to the Gettysburg Civil War Battlefield.