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!
While teaching about the civil rights movement must not be limited to a single day or month of the year, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day may provide educators an opportunity to dive deeper into the life and legacy of the reverend and activist. With the federal observance coming up on Monday, Jan. 17, here are five creative ideas to use with your students. Continue reading Build On MLK’s Legacy With Your Students: Here Are Five Creative Ways
additional research helped me realize many things, but the scientific modeling showed some connections which were harder to see with the naked eye. Continue reading Climate Change Causes and Effects: Drawing a Scientific Model with Young Learners