Amazing Adventures in Education Inc.

EarthTrek is an amazing new educational program that reinforces curriculum, promotes global diversity, and encourages students to work cooperatively.

EarthTrek promotes active cooperative learning and enthusiasm in teachers and students...

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About Amazing Adventures in Education, Inc.

Amazing Adventures in Education, Inc. has developed EarthTrek, a revolutionary, educational tool that combines cooperative learning, cultural diversity, and curriculum reinforcement.

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Shelley Cook

Shelley Cook graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania where she received a B.S. degree in Special Education. In 1982 she earned an M.A. in Education from Michigan State University. Shelley has 21 years of teaching experience working  in special education, ESL, and gifted classrooms. She  lived in Singapore with her family from 1991-1994, and is presently a third grade teacher in the Houston area. Email Shelley

“My vision for EarthTrek was to create a program that integrated all subject areas and addressed curriculum objectives. I wanted it to  excite not only students, but teachers. EarthTrek allows us to travel virtually to countries all over the world. This program gives students an opportunity to work together towards a common academic goal, appreciate cultural differences, and develop a lasting enthusiasm for learning. Above all EarthTrek allows students to dream about a world beyond their own home and believe that they can succeed.”


Cynthia Alves

Cynthia Alves has 25 years of elementary teaching experience. She graduated from Southwest Texas University with a B. A. in English and the University of Houston with a Master of Education.Cynthia is presently teaching third grade, and lives in Spring, Texas with her husband and children

“For me the most exciting part of teaching is when the students are immersed in learning and are participating in an activity that captures their entire attention. When hands-on activities are used to reinforce concepts, students are engaged and skills are being applied at a high cognitive level.  Students are excited about learning at this point, and teaching becomes more satisfying and fun for me."