This week, we learned …
… how women educators made geography a means of uniting—not conquering—the globe. Read of the week!
We’re still pursuing this goal! Get involved with our community of geography educators!
… Djibouti is the most crucially strategic country in the world.
Put Djibouti in context with our maps of Africa and Asia.
… spending time outside helps create better-behaved students.
Follow these five simple steps to get your students outside!
… scientists are still debating how the Moon was created.
Are we going to have to update our resource on the Moon?
… why ‘Silicon Savannah’ is not yet replacing Silicon Valley.
How are African educators incorporating high-tech tools?
… we may soon be able to text in hieroglyphic.
Learn a little about Mayan script by searching for “Mayan” in our resource here.
… meteorites can be salty. And watery?
… at least four former Winter Olympic host cities are now too warm to host the games.
What are some other challenges faced by Olympic host cities?
… Kentucky’s Jackson Purchase is a musical American microcosm.
Customize, download, and print your own map of the Bluegrass State here.
… sea level rise is unlocking decades-old pollution.
How does climate change contribute to sea level rise?