Students tide pooling in the San Juan Islands. Seastars:  Pisaster Ocracheus, the Purple Seastar. 2 Students:  Students collaborating at the tide pools . Forest Path:  Old Growth Forest. Boy with Seastar:  Student holding a Seastar. Rosario Beach
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Student Journaling and Collecting Data in view of Deception Island and Rosario Head

“ When you taught us about trees it really stuck because I identified a tree for a friend and told him how he could identify them too. You make teaching exciting and next time we go to Rosario, for any reason, I will definitely want to go.”

Zachary P., student, Forest Park Adventist School

Students who engage in field inquiry directly related to the subject matter of study have better concept retention and understanding. Adventure activities are chosen that complement the inquiry process and teach new skills as we go! At Academic Adventures students move and work in the habitats and ecosystems they are studying and come away with a profound increase in their learning curve no matter what their learning modality or style.

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