This post was written by Heather Chiles, an Engagement and Marketing Strategy staff member at the National Geographic Society. As an educator, you have worked hard to develop engaging lesson plans that will resonate with your students. We’ve spent the last ten years crafting the ultimate learning resource to bring your classroom the latest in GIS software. Geography and mapping have always been a way … Continue reading Take Your Classroom to the Next Level of Interactive Learning: Meet the Reimagined MapMaker!
Bayan Atari, a National Geographic Society Education staff member, wrote this post. Our Explorers are what drive National Geographic forward. Every single Explorer is a curious and passionate leader who uses their creativity, innovation, and storytelling skills to find tangible solutions for the protection of our world. But what does it take to be an Explorer? It begins with a combination of attitudes, skills, and … Continue reading The Explorer Mindset: What it Means to Think Like an Explorer
Have you ever wondered what the northernmost terrestrial life on Earth is? This summer, a team of National Geographic scientists and storytellers will head to the northernmost land on Earth (the far north coast of Greenland) to document terrestrial life and set up base-line transects to monitor the impact of climate change over the next 100 years. Dr. Brian Buma, the expedition leader, is an … Continue reading The Edge of all Life: Join the Nat Geo Expedition Documenting Earth’s Northernmost Lands
At National Geographic, we believe that every person has the potential to develop the same Explorer Mindset that drives Explorers to inquire, explore, seek knowledge, and work to solve the world’s most pressing problems. Recognizing that young people are committed to taking action to protect our planet and inspire a more sustainable future, the National Geographic Society and the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation launched … Continue reading Meet the 2023 Slingshot Challenge Winners
The Grosvenor Teacher Fellowship (GTF) is a professional development opportunity for pre-K–12 educators made possible by a partnership between Lindblad Expeditions and the National Geographic Society. The 2023 fellows are the first cohort to be selected since the COVID-19 pandemic began. This year’s Grosvenor Teacher Fellowship class is made up of 50 exemplary educators, representing everything from the visual arts to Spanish, psychology, career and … Continue reading Meet National Geographic’s 2023 Grosvenor Teacher Fellows