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Terracentric Coastal Adventures Educational Programs 

Navigate the Oustide World of Learning!

Working outside the boundaries of traditional classroom environments, Terracentric offers adventure-based learning experiences designed to complement the valuable work of teachers.

In our educational programming we emphasize learning by doing and work to engage all the senses in fun, challenging, and meaningful ways. Interpersonal Skills, Health Promotion, Outdoor Education and other core subjects all benefit from an adventure based approach to learning.

We are Highly Adaptable: 

Our Educational programs are highly adaptable to your groups needs. Elementary, High School and International students have all participated in our stand-alone workshops and regular programs. Limited only by the imagination we can provide your students with an outdoor adventure program or an indoor experience that uses our Terracentric Adventure Learning Kit (TALK). Educational Adventure Programs are ideal ways to make learning even more meaningful. Visit our Program Planning and Delivery Section now to get some ideas on how we design a powerful experience for your students. Read about two of our full-time Educational Programs and contact us today for more details..

Click here to see our educational program offerings.

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"As our zodiac came close to the island, it was like being in a scene from Jurassic Park... The nature scene we were visiting was bursting with activity" ...read full article

Jim Barr
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