Study travel is an out-of-school education activity that combines research-based learning and travel experience. It is a practical learning form that integrates school education, social education, and family education. Through the method and mode of “integration of knowledge and action”, students are cultivated with good ideological and moral qualities.
China-New Zealand academic exchange visits for short-term research: Compared to unilateral research, NZTA has facilitated bilateral research in the China- New Zealand regional block. In exchanges and interactions, students are encouraged to make international friendships, establish an international perspective, and lay a language and cultural foundation for Chinese children to study abroad in the future; at the same time, let children in New Zealand understand the Chinese culture and further promote China-New Zealand friendly exchanges. In addition to school exchanges, the NZTA short-term research projects include courses in cooperation with international organizations such as UNICEF and the New Zealand Red Cross (RED CROSS), allowing Chinese and New Zealand students to participate in the activities of international organizations and grow.
Such a rich study trip is conducive to increasing the knowledge of students, deepening their knowledge and understanding of each other’s culture, and strengthening children’s awareness of world citizenship.