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  Adventure Architecture Program (Edutainment)
The Institute of Destination Architects and Designers Youth Education Program offers opportunities to engage children in Destination/Coastal Architecture and design activities linking art, drama, science, technology, mathematics, language arts and social studies.

IDAD supports this by bringing Destination/Coastal architecture projects into K-12 classrooms, introducing teachers to travel and destination design curricula and its potential benefits for youth.

Volunteer architects-in-residence work with youth education programs, teamed with K-12 teachers to co-develop, plan and support Destination and Coastal Architecture instruction themes. The possible themes range from travel and tourism topics to live entertainment and the performing arts.

By observing, drawing, taking photographs, measuring and map-making, youth in grades K-12 engage in project-based simulation of design problems. Students develop design solutions, draw plans, write programs, and build scale models to study, test and show their solutions.

Children in grades 6-12 classroom sessions communicate their environmental design and destination solutions in presentations, drawings and scale models. They use mathematics and the design process; they research international law, geography, tourism, management, history, and explore the science and technologies of the professions of Building/Land and Destination Architecture.

Students answer the questions "Who, What, When, Where, and Why?" by considering what makes a successful destination, themepark, beach, etc., by analyzing project factors, and researching human needs. Students explore the ecology, geometry and structure of natural sites, increasing eco-literacy.

Students use the Design Process, apply imagination and rational thinking to solve, justify and communicate solutions to problems or identify a problem or design opportunity.

Students choose among solutions and implement a solution that conforms to the design constraints, evaluate the solution against design criteria, communicate the problem, process, and solution.

Students apply mathematical problem solving as a method of simple inquiry in a variety of forms such as statistics, estimation, making and using measurements.

Students use Destination exploration and discovery to make multicultural and International connections and develop a sense of stewardship for protecting human beings, and the environment which sustains them for future generations.

Students use language purposefully as they comprehend international information during destinations research, and communicate with others.

EDUTAINMENT Society of Building Science Educators- Teacher Resources Fundamentals of Physical Geography Science, Archeology and Anthropology links The Centre for Landscape Research InterNetwork Coastal and Marine Geology Program Glossary of Oceanography and Geosciences Marine Geology and Geophysics

Educational Programs

Academy Pacific Travel College
Australian International Hotel School
Catering Studies On-line
Centre International de Glion
College of Hotel Administration
Cornell University - School of Hotel Administration
The Educational Institute (EI) of the American Hotel & Motel Association
International Society of Travel & Tourism Educators (ISTTE)
Lodging, Restaurant, and Tourism Index

Pennsylvania State University - School of Hotel Restaurant and Recreation Management
Ryerson Polytechnic University - Hospitality and Tourism Management
Shannon College of Hotel Management
University of Houston - Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management
University of Guelph
Hotel School Australia
La Trobe University, School of Tourism and Hospitality Australia
Southern Cross University Australia
The University of Queensland Australia
Humber College – School of Hospitality, Recreation & Tourism Canada

Professional Development Institute of Tourism Canada
University of Calgary - World Tourism Education and Research Centre Canada
University College of the Cariboo - School of Tourism, Canada
Emirates Academy Of Hospitality Management Dubai
Haaga Institute Polytechnic Finland
Hong Kong Polytechnic University's School of Hotel and Tourism Management (HTM) Hong Kong

Trajal Hospitality & Tourism College Japan
Hotelschool Den Haag, Netherlands
School Maastricht MBA Netherlands
The International Hotel School, South Africa
Centre International de Glion Switzerland
Ecole hτteliθre de Lausanne Switzerland
Hotel Institute Montreux Switzerland

International College
International Hotel Management Institute and International Tourism Institite Switzerland
Schiller International University - Engelberg, Switzerland
School of Hotel Management Neuchβtel Switzerland
Manchester Metropolitan University United Kingdom (Wales)
Oxford Brookes University United Kingdom
Thames Valley University United Kingdom
The Robert Gordon University United Kingdom (Scotland)
The University of Ulster United Kingdom (Northern Ireland)

University of Brighton
United Kingdom
Academy Of Travel And Tourism  New York, NY
Art Institutes International Minnesota Minneapolis, MN
Borough Of Manhattan Community College New York, NY
Champlain College – Hospitality Industry Management Program Burlington, VT
College Of Charleston - Hospitality & Tourism Management Charleston, SC
Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management Program Houston, TX
Culinary Institute of America (CIA) Hyde Park, NY

Dedman School Of Hospitality
Tallahassee, FL
Delaware State Univ. – School of Management – Hospitality & Tourism Management Dover, DE
Florida International University Miami/Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Fort Lewis College – School of Business Administration Durango, CO
George Washington Univ. – Department of Tourism and Hospitality Management Washington, DC
Hesser College Manchester, NH
Iowa Lakes Community College - Travel And Tourism Management Emmetsburg, IA
Purdue University Indianapolis - Tourism, Conventions and Event Management Indianapolis, IN
Manfred Steinfeld School of Hospitality and Tourism Management Roosevelt University Chicago, IL
Meeting U, Bayside, NY

Mercyhurst College – Hotel, Restaurant & Institutional Management Dept. (HRIM) Erie, PA
Michigan State University – The School of Hospitality Business East Lansing, MI
Montclair State Univ - Commercial Recreation, Tourism & Hospitality Mngt Upper Montclair, NJ
New England Culinary Institute (NECI) – Hospitality Education Programs Montpelier, VT
Niagara University (NY) - College Of Hospitality And Tourism Management Niagara, NY
North Carolina Central University – Hospitality and Tourism Program Durham, NC
Northern Arizona University – School of Hotel & Restaurant Management Flagstaff, AZ
Northwestern Business College Chicago, IL
Oklahoma State Univ. – School of Hotel and Restaurant Administration Stillwater, OK
Penn State – School of Hotel, Restaurant, and Recreation Management University Park, PA

Preston Robert Tisch Center for Hospitality, Tourism and Travel Administration
New York, NY
Purdue University – Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management West Lafayette, IN
San Diego State University, Hospitality and Tourism Management Program San Diego, CA
School of Hotel Administration at Cornell University Ithaca, NY
Sullivan County Community College – Division of Business & Culinary Loch Sheldrake, NY
Sullivan University – National Center For Hospitality Studies Louisville, KY
SUNY College of Agriculture/Tech. – Culinary Arts, Hospitality & Tourism Cobleskill, NY
SUNY College Of Technology At Delhi – Hospitality Programs (inc. F&B) Delhi, NY
Temple University's School of Tourism & Hospitality Management (STHM)

Texas Tech University – Restaurant, Hotel & Institutional Management
Lubbock, TX
Travelcampus - Education Systems Salt Lake City, UT
University Of Delaware “HRIM” Newark, DE
University of San Francisco – Hospitality Management Program San Francisco, CA
University of Tennessee – Consumer and Industry Services Management Knoxville, TN
Virginia Tech - Hospitality And Tourism Management Blacksburg, VA
Widener University – School of Hospitality Management Chester, PA

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Educational Centers and Publishers

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Cornell Center for Learning and Teaching
The Center for the Future of Teaching and Learning
The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
SUNYSB Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching
Center for Enhanced Learning and Teaching - HKUST
The National Teaching and Learning Forum Home Page
Allyn & Bacon
Cambridge University Press
Creative Publications
Glencoe / McGraw-Hill Educational Division
Harcourt, Inc
International Thomson Publishing
Macmillan / McGraw-Hill
Oxford University Press
Prentice-Hall College
Simon & Schuster
Journal of Teaching in Travel & Tourism
Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing
The Haworth Hositality Press

Accreditation Bodies

The Institute for Teaching and Learning
American Society of Training and Development
Asia Tourism Research Community

Educational Resources

Training Super Site
Training Magazines
TCM - Training & Development and human Resources Links
Teaching and Learning on the Web
DeLiberations on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
Tourism Education Website
Tourism Research Links