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Play Beyond Borders: Lessons from Teen Travel Adventures

Traveling as a young teen can be a transformative experience that teaches important lessons about the value of play throughout life. Here’s how travel contributes to this understanding, along with ways to implement these lessons even if one doesn’t have the opportunity to travel extensively: Lessons Learned through Travel: Cultural Exposure: Lesson: Exposure to different […]

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Journey of Discovery: Unleashing the Power of Travel as an Educational Tool for Kids and Teens

Traveling is more than just a leisurely pursuit; it is a transformative experience that has the potential to shape young minds in ways traditional classrooms cannot. As an avid believer and advocate for using travel as a learning tool for kids and teenagers, I am excited to explore the diverse points of learning that can

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Adventure as Education: Maturing the Prefrontal Cortex with the Power of Travel for Better Decision-Making

Adolescence is a pivotal stage in human development characterized by numerous physical, psychological, and cognitive changes. One of the most intriguing aspects of this period is the biology of decision-making, especially the role of the prefrontal cortex, the region responsible for complex, higher-order thinking and executive functions. In recent years, there has been a growing

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From Classroom to Continents: How travel became our family curriculum

In 2015, at age 9, I left traditional schooling to embark on a homeschooling journey with my younger brother. Taught by my mom, a qualified teacher with an EdD, our early days mimicked a conventional classroom. Our breaks consisted of free play on our countryside property, which we share with our retired-teacher grandparents. We would

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