New Zealand Student Tours
Action Education

                Curriculum Learning        

KANES  facilitate curriculum learning to encourage exam success.

Exam results improve drastically when there is understanding of the broad subject and desire for knowledge.   KANES  give more learning time to subjects of special curriculum interest.  

During early discussions, teachers specify the subjects of special interest and current levels of learning. The tour plan is then tailored to best cover those subjects by concentrating on including hands-on onsite experiences with supporting guest speakers, debriefs, and experiments where possible

   Engineering   Biology  Weather  Conservation

 Erosion   Coasts  Glaciers  Volcanoes   Geology 

Settlements,   Industries,   Cultures   History   Earthquake

Examples of leader's request:  
1) "Coast studies to include erosion processes arches, stacks, drifting, wave action for 2nd year geography students age 17". (This study may require 4 hours time).

2) "Settlement studies, involving town planning for housing, services, waste management, drainage, and water supplies for 1st year university civic planning students". (This study may take 2 days).

On-site Locations
These ensure guests gain a deeper interest and understanding of the specified subjects.

Diaries and photographs
Save important touring time by quickly capturing, measuring and sampling  ready for recall on home projects.

Work sheets
Useful guides to find and record necessary project material required for the curriculum specifications.

Evening lectures
Power Point illustrations revise and explain the main points for the specified subjects history, processes and predictions.  Teachers frequently have their own library files to include.

Information / Education Centres
At various locations these provide
specific insights and knowledge of aspects of the chosen subject. 

Guest Speakers / Instructors provide the personal touch and feelings for the subject of interest.  They also add the local conceptions and terminology.  

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