Discover five success stories from endangered species that are making a comeback, combined with connected classroom resources to integrate into your lesson planning. Continue reading 5 Wildlife Conservation Success Stories: 50 Years of the Endangered Species Act
Featured image: Mangrove Restoration Project in St. Ann, Jamaica. Photo by Sandra M. Turner National Geographic Explorer and Educator Sandra Turner wrote this post I inherited the love of maps and storytelling from my father. Like curried meats, coconut rice and peas with plantain, the two were staples in our home. He was a voracious reader of maritime novels and used maps to help navigate … Continue reading Why We Explore: The Geography of Awe & Resilience
This post was written by Heather Chiles, an Engagement and Marketing Strategy staff member at the National Geographic Society. Photography can be a personal and profound way to explore your community and help your students tell their own stories. In an effort to inspire and empower the next generation, the National Geographic Society is proud to support Photo Camp––an outreach program that introduces young people … Continue reading Telling Your Own Stories: 20th Anniversary of National Geographic Photo Camp
Featured Image: Keauhou overlooking the active Kīlauea volcano taken in 2022. Photo Credit: Whitney Aragaki This post was co-written by Whitney Aragaki & tia north, educators and 2892 storytellers. ʻĀina, in the Hawaiian language, translates to land and Earth, and all that thrive on them. Land is how we forge and build connections, land becomes our sanctuary, our “special place”. It is why place-based storytelling … Continue reading Infinite ʻĀina: Announcing 2892 Hawaiʻi
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!