5 Reasons to Book Your Education Program with Universal Orlando Resort
Imagine a classroom without walls, a place where your students get to explore their passions, and experience in real life what they learned in your classroom. Whether your field is science, technology, engineering, the Arts, or math, we have something to inspire your students and ignite interest in a possible future career.
There are many reasons that make Universal Orlando Resort the place to bring your students. Here are a few:
1. Our education programs take place in an interactive learning environment
Your students will engage in story-driven, immersive, collaborative and experiential learning that creates a link between classroom exercises and relevant real world activities.
2. Programs come complete with content-rich, classroom lessons
You’ll receive a lesson plan with learning goals and objectives, as well as hands-on pre-visit learning activities. It’s designed for you to be able to modify your Teacher Toolkit materials to meet student and instructional needs.
3. They were created to adhere to National and State education standards
Our programs were developed by former classroom teachers who have a knack for preparing engaging lessons. They know what it takes to ensure our curriculum aligns on the national and state levels.
4. They prepare students for careers
Each program is carefully crafted to show students relatable careers in each subject area and allow them to hear advice and expertise from industry insiders.
5. Our portfolio is ever-expanding
Why stop when you can just keep going? Our program development team is hard at work ensuring our experiences support your ever-changing classroom needs, while using our theme parks to create and leverage all-new learning experiences. And just when you think you’ve seen it all, we’ll give you a new reason to come back!
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