Posted: Saturday, January 28, 2023. 1:56 pm CST.
By Zoila Palma Gonzalez: Assistant Commissioner of Police, Howell Gillett says that the Dangriga police cadets were taken on an educational field trip today.
The cadets visited Sabal’s cassava food products and saw the process to make cassava bread, plantain flour, sahou, starch and other products.
They also visited a butterfly farm and learned of all stages of the butterfly.
“We are of the view that this kind of tour is an important learning experience for children because they provide hands-on, real-world learning opportunities that can supplement and enhance what is taught in the classroom,” Gillett stated.
Gillett says that these trips can also help to bring abstract concepts to life, making them more meaningful and memorable for students.
“Additionally, field trips can help to foster a sense of curiosity and excitement about learning, which can be beneficial for children’s overall academic and personal growth,” Gillett added.
Gillett said that educational field trips also promote socialization, teamwork, and problem-solving skills.
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