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Category: History posts

Category: History posts

Peter’s Thoughts on the Queen

Growing up in London in the 1950s the queen was part of my post war childhood. An icon. Unchanging. She had been with us from...
September 9, 2022 Peter Jones

Classic High School Trip to France

Classic High School trip to France Paris. The name evokes images of the Eiffel tower, the Champs-Élysées, the Louvre, bistros with café au lait and...
October 21, 2021 Guest Blogger

Spotlight on Berlin

This guest post is written by ACIS Tour Manager Abi Welshman. One of the most frequent questions asked of me as a Tour Manager is...
May 28, 2021 ACIS Blog

Semana Santa in Seville

This guest post is written by Sonia Beck. Sonia was born in northern England, but at age 10 moved to Spain and then Belgium, and...
March 29, 2021 ACIS Blog

The Importance of Teaching Hard History

Growing up I always appreciated having a social studies teacher for a mother. Our summers were spent on cross country road trips, visiting presidents’ childhood...
February 24, 2021 Liz Cokeing

The Power of People

From personal experience, I know that it’s terribly hard for children, and even adults sometimes, to grasp the concept of the Holocaust. When I was...
January 21, 2021 Beth Pfohl
Featured Post Teachers in Their Own Words Everyone at ACIS is passionate about educational travel and could give you an overflowing list... Sarah Bichsel
Featured Post Teachers in Their Own Words Everyone at ACIS is passionate about educational travel and could give you an overflowing list... Sarah Bichsel

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