Five Tech-Savvy Strategies for Excellent, Engaging Virtual Field Trips

[Editor’s Note: Please enjoy this guest post from Paige Somoza, District Integration Specialist with the Boise School District, and NCCE 2020 speaker on the topics of virtual field trips and mastery learning.]

 

In 2011 I took a family vacation to New Orleans, Louisiana.  We took in all of the sites that the wonderful city has to offer, including the National World War II Museum.  The museum was spectacular, and as I walked through the exhibits I thought about my history students. How amazing would it be if I could fly all my students to New Orleans so they could have this experience as well?  I kept reflecting on that question during the trip and vowed that when I returned home I would find a way to recreate what I had experienced at the museum.  

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