Embark on a National Geographic virtual expedition in celebration of Black History

Every place has a story. Storytelling has the power to transport a listener back in time or foster a deeper appreciation of places and communities today. Explore fascinating locations and stories from the comfort of your home with National Geographic’s new Virtual Field Trips. Each trip features video segments, trivia quizzes, and a Q&A with featured Explorers.  This month, National Geographic Explorers Candacy Taylor and … Continue reading Embark on a National Geographic virtual expedition in celebration of Black History

National Geographic Society and Lindblad Expeditions Announce the 14th Annual Cohort of Grosvenor Teacher Fellows

This post was written by Chief Education Officer Vicki Phillips. Around this time last year, 50 exemplary educators were selected to receive a Grosvenor Teacher Fellowship, a field-based professional development opportunity made possible by a partnership between National Geographic and Lindblad Expeditions. A month after the cohort was informed of their selection, the COVID-19 pandemic changed the world and travel was put on hold—along with their fellowship … Continue reading National Geographic Society and Lindblad Expeditions Announce the 14th Annual Cohort of Grosvenor Teacher Fellows

How Creating Tiny Scenes Sparked My Students’ Interest in Environmental Conservation

This post was written by science educator Lyanne Abreu. As a 2019 Grosvenor Teacher Fellow (a partnership with Lindblad Expeditions) that traveled to Antarctica last fall, I wanted to create a project highlighting environmental problems in the region. During COVID lockdowns, a former GTF posted on Facebook about a photographer that took pictures on a tiny scale. This was such an inspiration that Anthropoteeny was … Continue reading How Creating Tiny Scenes Sparked My Students’ Interest in Environmental Conservation

Collage of headshots introducing the Fall 2020 Young Explorers

Our Fall 2020 Young Explorers Prove There Is Always Reason For Hope

The challenges facing our planet often seem daunting, but a growing community of young people are taking a stand. They have limitless potential to make an impact, with the imagination and drive to develop solutions to problems within their communities and beyond. These changemakers know that age is simply a number, a number that does not reflect their ability to work collectively to address some … Continue reading Our Fall 2020 Young Explorers Prove There Is Always Reason For Hope

A Year in Review: The 10 Good Things That Inspired Us in 2020

This post was written by Chief Education Officer Vicki Phillips. This year was like nothing we’ve ever experienced before. Just as 2020 changed our world, it changed education as well. The global pandemic shut down schools prompting an enormous transition to remote and hybrid learning. Along the way, another epidemic continued—of violence against the Black community—sparking a long-overdue reckoning over racial injustice. For these reasons … Continue reading A Year in Review: The 10 Good Things That Inspired Us in 2020