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Be Washington: A High School Teacher's Review of the New Interactive Game

As the nation's first president, George Washington faced a series of difficult decisions, all with major implications for our young nation.  The premise of the game is simple:  Given the same information that Washington had, what decision would you have made? 

 

With the new interactive game Be Washingtonyou get to step into George Washington's boots.  As a high school teacher, I had to check it out for myself.  Could this game experience hold the attention of my teenage students?  Could this high school English teacher make an informed decision like Washington?  Here's what I found. 

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Topics: Mount Vernon

Presidents Day SCHOOL TRIP SPOTLIGHT: Mount Vernon

Posted by Aaron Killian, Licensed Washington, D.C. Tour Guide on Feb 18, 2019 8:37:50 AM

In honor of Presidents Day today we've put together a special SCHOOL TRIP SPOTLIGHT, featuring experienced Washington, D.C. Tour Guide Aaron Killian's personal review, tips, and advice for taking school groups to Mount Vernon, the historic home of George and Martha Washington. 

 

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Topics: Mount Vernon

SCHOOL TRIP SPOTLIGHT: Mount Vernon

Posted by Aaron Killian, Licensed Washington, D.C. Tour Guide on Apr 30, 2018 12:30:00 PM
George Washington’s homestead is a national treasure and one of the most beautifully   maintained historic sites in the United States thanks to the Mount Vernon Ladies Association.  It's also one of the most popular stops outside D.C. proper on a school trip because of it's beauty and education options. 
 
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Topics: Mount Vernon

Free Admission and Special Events at Mount Vernon in Honor of Presidents' Day

Posted by Julie Leonhardt, Teacher and Student Travel Consultant on Feb 19, 2018 11:00:00 AM

 

Every day is a great day to visit Mount Vernon, the beautiful and historic estate of George and Martha Washington, but on Presidents' Day, guest enjoy free admission and special events.

 

Events include a wreathlaying at the Washington's Tomb, a military demonstration on the bowling green with costumed characters, a rare tour of Washington's reading room, and an Old Guard gun salute to the first president.

 

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Topics: Mount Vernon, Presidents' Day

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