AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS Arizona, USA-based carrier US Airways (NYSE: LCC) said it is currently accepting applications through February 1 for the fourth funding cycle of its unique education program, the Field Trip Fund.
What does FT stand for?
FT stands for Field Trip
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- Field Training (AFROTC)
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Travel Business Review-August 17, 2011--US Airways Offers New Field Trip FUNd Programme(C)2011] ENPublishing - http://www.
Field Trips With Recess Monkey Monkey Mama c/o Waldmania
Chris King, geology teacher at the college in Widney Manor Road, said everyone who went along on the field trip had a great time.
Others on the field trip from Wiley Canyon Elementary School stood with mouths agape as the replica hobbled over chocolate-color gravel while scientists gathered data to later program in the rover, possibly repairing the wheel from millions of miles away.
The computer company says that virtual field trips give students the fun, educational and collaborative learning opportunities of traditional school field trips but on a daily basis, and the experiential learning supports classroom and textbook teaching, For educators who want to find out if their school is set up for "virtual field trip success," Dell offers a Mobile PC Quiz on its Web site.
Introduction A field trip is "a trip arranged by the school undertaken for educational purposes, in which students go to places where the materials of instruction may be observed and studied directly in their functional setting; for example, a trip to a factory, a city waterworks, a library, a museum" (Krepel & DuVall, 1981).