A new reality means no more teachers, books, and bells, but it is bringing opportunities for adventure. Airstream Ambassadors, Jonathan and Ashley Longnecker, travel full time with their four kids. They have some tips for advice on how to advance your child’s education while making your Airstream their classroom.
Ask an Airstreamer Learning Remotely
Three brand Ambassadors discuss experienced-based advice on teaching your children while adventuring. The panelists are International owner Kina Pickett, who lives on the road full-time with his wife and two young children, and Sommer and Ryan Schwarz, who spend about half their time exploring the West with four kids in their Airstream. They provide insight on every aspect of mobile homeschooling, from setting routines and establishing learning spaces to turning magic moments into teachable moments as your family explores America’s natural wonders and historic places.
Ambassador Advice on Remote Learning
Flexible Living and Working Space on the Road
Today's world has brought us a time of "live and work from anywhere". A strong internet connection allows your Airstream to become your office. From the 24-foot Atlas and Interstate 24 all the way to the compact and city-friendly Interstate 19, all the primary living or working spaces also double as sleeping or entertainment space – a core benefit of the Class B RV.
Teacher Created Materials to Learn from Anywhere
Learn From Anywhere means not simply reading about the Grand Canyon, but literally seeing it from the cliff's edge. Travel provides impromptu, unscheduled lessons all along the journey. Learning and living on the road means being part of a team, having responsibility, and taking charge of your own education. Make your lesson planning easier and be prepared with the supplies you need.