Field Trip Zoom – Live Streaming Brings the Field Trips To You
- Flexible schedule
• 300+ events
- Very affordable
- 2-program FREE trial
- Far-reaching topics and venues
All students love field trips. Nothing compares with real-world experience that is also educational.
Field Trip Zoom allows your family or support group to take a wide variety of field trips right in your home! They offer over 300 events throughout the academic year and with a season pass you have access to all events for one incredibly low price! The event providers include Museums of Art, Science, History and more — from all over the U.S., and the topics include American History, Anthropology, Arts, Botany, Chemistry, Coding, Environment, Geography, Government and many, many more!
Imagine, taking a trip to Spaceport America, President Andrew Jackson’s The Hermitage, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science or the New York Museum of Science, right in your home for only $49.95 for a 12-month pass!
Field Trip Zoom schedules their offerings around various educational observances and all are accessible via desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones. If you miss one, you needn’t worry, most events can be streamed at a later time!
How does it work?
Using FieldTrip Zoom is simple to use and you can probably begin accessing the programs right away. All you need is a computer (compatible with Mac, PC, or iPad), an Internet connection, webcam and projector that will allow your child or support group to see the program at once.
FieldTripZoom offers a simple three-step setup process that is quick and easy, to ensure that every presentation you receive functions smoothly and accurately. They provide connection and quality checks at the time you sign up, as well as before each program you access, making sure that every student receives the information as intended. Field Trip Zoom also offers “workshop” packages that aid parents in using the services.
Field Trip Zoom offers a no risk, two-program free trial to everyone interested in finding out more about the services they offer. This means that you and your students can participate in two full-length educational presentations with no obligations attached, and then decide if you want to be a part of this fascinating experience. With this very unique and important service, and the no risk, two-program free trial, there is no reason why you shouldn’t give Field Trip Zoom a chance to demonstrate to you and your students the added value it can provide as a supplement to your curriculum. MjL