Travel Education

23rd Jul 2018
Photo of Travel Education by Jyoti Porwal (freaky adrift traveler)
Day 1

                   TRAVEL EDUCATION

Travel means making a journey by combining two passions: learning about different cultures and education.

Using travel in support of education is the best way to improve our global education. Traveling is not just delving into different cultures, languages or experiences, it’s more about challenges that come while weaving a journey whether it be a task, assignment or a tackle. The challenges that shove us to solve every hidden quest, results in great discoveries.

Think about how young minds will explore the city crafts, muddy tramp, campo trek, street food and ironically opprobrium of local’s abubble.

Those feeling of excitement, freedom, possibility, and self-dependency at a young age are such bliss. They will denude a world of wonder by merely walking out of their comfort zones. And last but not the least think about how youngsters will frame themselves in others living standards just by breaking language barriers.

Whether traveling overseas or stepping out of the town, doesn’t matter, it will enhance broader the perspective in a rigorist way. Travel has gained momentum in education as students brain percepts visualistic explanations’ and adds to what teachers teach. Most schools don’t have the resources they need to expand their horizon and learn more about different cultures, while most think of technology as a disruptive innovation.

Travel education is the flukiest cost for students. It’s certainly changing the current education scenario. Leave the comfort of your sofa and connect with new friends and communities that you never thought you would get to know them. Travelling will leave a positive influence in life and will teach to deal with any situations with confidence. Travel is the best self-discovery process ever designed.

For many people travel education is something luxury which they can’t afford. Now its high time to change such intellect. Now a day’s plenty of domestic and even municipal organizations such as ICEF, TATA Trusts, Wipro Ltd. etc. provide grants for high school-aged students to help offset the cost of travel.

As an old saying goes by Anthony Bourdain “If you’re twenty-two, physically fit, hungry to learn and be better, I urge you to travel – as far and as widely as possible. Sleep on floors if you have to. Find out how other people live and eat and cook. Learn from them – wherever you go”.

“Burn with desire,

                             Heal with accomplishment”