Weekly Warm-Up: Bringing the Nat Geo Museum to Your Classroom

It’s Museum Week, a time to celebrate the institutions that preserve and showcase our stories. And since we can’t bring you and all your students to the National Geographic Museum in Washington, D.C., we’ll bring the museum to you… at least in a warm-up sized way! National Geographic Photographer Joel Sartore spent years creating beautiful portraits of our world’s captive species. They’re on display now … Continue reading Weekly Warm-Up: Bringing the Nat Geo Museum to Your Classroom

Out of the Classroom and into Wild Weekends

Dr. Caesar Sengupta, a microbiologist and photographer, holds photo workshops to inspire India’s next generation of conservationists. Activity: Wild Weekends Subject: Photography & Biodiversity Grades: Students and Adults Location: Mumbai, India Photography and outdoor education are the core of “Wild Weekends”, a program aimed at promoting environmental stewardship in communities across India. Wild Weekends kicks off at schools with a photo slideshow of local biodiversity. After a quick introduction to the flora and … Continue reading Out of the Classroom and into Wild Weekends

A Chance for All: Por el Planeta

You could end up in the right place at the right time, so why not head outside with a purpose? Por el Planeta is an international photography contest on a mission to change how we think about our planet. It is a call for all of us to use photos to inspire others. Join in, and we encourage you to get your students involved. Of the 10 categories, two are dedicated to … Continue reading A Chance for All: Por el Planeta