Join us for the Explorer Classroom Wildlife Series and immerse your learners in an exciting program to explore wildlife globally, while taking action locally! The program features live weekly, virtual events with National Geographic Explorers bringing science, exploration, conservation, and storytelling to life. In each show, a National Geographic Explorer connects with your students for a 45-minute live, virtual class, filled with interactive moments and … Continue reading You’re Invited: Explorer Classroom SERIES on Wildlife!
From the secret life cycle of the honeybee to the lightning-fast behaviors of hummingbirds, wonder can come from the most unexpected and unseen places. If you have been looking for new ways to inspire and excite your learners in the classroom, look no further than the mind-blowing work of National Geographic Explorer and photographer Anand Varma! Varma’s stunning photography highlights creatures whose incredible details typically … Continue reading Invisible Wonders of Science: Revealing Nature’s Stunning and Secret World
Image credit: Rebecca Hale, National Geographic Society As autumn approaches and we prepare for a new school year, the Education Division at the National Geographic Society (NGS) is looking forward to a new year of learning, storytelling, and opportunity. In all of our work, NGS Education remains committed to the Society’s mission to illuminate and protect the wonder of our world through science, storytelling, and, … Continue reading Get to Know NatGeo: Chief Education Officer Dr. Deborah Grayson
Empowering Tomorrow’s Leaders 2024 Slingshot Challenge Opens for Submissions September 20, 2023 Every year on August 12th, the world comes together to celebrate International Youth Day, an occasion dedicated to recognizing the valuable contributions of young individuals in shaping our global society. At the National Geographic Society, we believe that young people hold the key to building a sustainable future. Recognizing that young people are … Continue reading International Youth Day & the Slingshot Challenge
Featured Image: Ashleigh Glickley captures images from the dive boat just before diving with the team of National Geographic Explorers. Credit: Ocean Exploration Trust/Nautilus Live Ashleigh Glickley, teacher from Hawthorne Spanish Immersion School in Louisville, KY, wrote this post. “Don’t forget to breathe,” I reminded myself as we descended into the crystal blue waters off the coast of Maui in October of 2022. It was … Continue reading The Future of Learning: Found While Exploring the Past