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6 days

Program Overview

Journey to Eastern Canada for an adventure into the history, culture and art of this diverse nation. Discover the indigenous heritage of Canada at the largest museum in the country, the Royal Ontario Museum. While on a guided tour of the hands-on galleries, interact with their cultural and historical artifacts. On a scenic walk around Parliamentary Hill, let the aesthetic value of the symbolic heart of Canada sink in. Commemorative statues, architectural styles, and a heritage conservation program are all curated as a celebration of Canada’s democratic forum for its citizens. Explore 5,000 years of Canadian and indigenous heritage through artistic masterpieces at the National Gallery of Canada. Learn traditional dances, drumming and hear stories about Mother Earth in an indigenous culture workshop at the Canadian Museum of History.

Step into the world of STEAM in Canada through electrifying and wondrous experiences. Engage in educational activities at the Hockey Hall of Fame, where the passion for this national winter sport provides the perfect platform for interactive lessons. Apply math curriculum for junior high students and business curriculum for high school students to scavenger hunt challenges in the museum. Experience the true majesty of Niagara Falls and learn how it was formed thousands of years ago. Discuss the glacial formation of the second largest falls in the world for a deeper understanding of this geological wonder. After two electric games at Laser Quest, learn more through an interactive presentation on light and optics, light and sound, or lasers and mazes. Get an exclusive behind-the-scenes look into the science, technology, engineering and mathematics of this exciting game.

Daily Itinerary

Learning Outcomes

Explore the heritage of Eastern Canada with STEAM education along the way. At the Hockey Hall of Fame, engage in math and business activities as well as a scavenger hunt through the exhibits. Follow the instructions of the guide at Royal Ontario Museum to interact with artifacts from natural history and world cultures. Attend a hands-on presentation on the science of lasers at Laser Quest. Gain a deeper understanding of the indigenous heritage of Canada on a tour of the National Gallery of Canada and in a workshop at the Canadian Museum of History. With a curated curriculum for educators to apply with the program, students are empowered to put their learning into practice before, during and after the trip.

Services Included

Accommodations

Quality, safe hotels with quad occupancy that are centrally located.

Transportation

All transportation is provided throughout the program.

Round-Trip Flights

Airfare covers round-trip flights from major airports.

Meals

Two meals are provided daily, breakfast and dinner, featuring local cuisine.

Education

Interactive learning experiences designed to expand educational and career goals.

Tours and Activities

Scheduled activities, experiences and guided tours are all included.

Full-Time Tour Directors

Full-time Tour Directors are on site for the duration of the trip, for an all-inclusive experience.

Insurance

International travel insurance is provided for protection in case of accidents, illness, flight interruptions or baggage loss.

Interactive Technology

Advanced student security software that integrates geofencing, logistics, communication and more optimized safety features.

24/7 Support

Dedicated 24/7 staff availability, supporting students every step of the way.

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