Migrant Education - A Way of Life
Inside the lives of migrant students before attending Inter-Act.
Day 1 & 2:
Students are provided authentic learning experiences which are characterized by activities that emphasize intra/interpersonal capabilities, building trust, communication skills, critical thinking/problem solving skills, collaboration, and understanding the importance of teamwork.
These days include adventure hikes, night hikes and nature studies and career exploration.
Day 3, 4, & 5:
Inter-Act is influenced by tenets of the California Department of Education such as the need for: (1) Learning by experiencing hands-on lessons, (2) Teacher and student collaboration, (3) Critical thinking, (4) Application of leadership concepts outside of the classroom environment.
These days include challenge and adventure ropes course, natural history, and outdoor camping.