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Outbound Education

Originally Posted September 27

CSSM's outbound education program for junior high school & senior high school students is designed to offer valuable and immersive learning opportunities by taking students to locations that may not be readily accessible and are rich in historical and educational experiences. This approach aims to broaden students' horizons and deepen their understanding of the world.


By visiting sites that are not easily accessible, students can explore places they might not have had the chance to see otherwise. These locations could include historical landmarks, cultural heritage sites, natural wonders, or places of scientific significance. Such visits provide students with a firsthand perspective on the world's diversity, history, and the importance of preserving and appreciating these resources.


Incorporating history and learning experiences into these outings enhances the educational value of the program. Students can engage in guided tours, interactive activities, and discussions led by knowledgeable educators or experts, allowing them to absorb information in a meaningful way. These experiences can foster a deeper appreciation for history, culture, and the natural world while also promoting critical thinking skills.
















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