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Geographic Perspectives with Educator Sandra Turner

This post was written by Dr. Vicki Phillips. As students are challenged with 21st-century issues, geography is a skill, insight, and vision that allows learners to better understand the interconnected world. Given the complex social, environmental, and political challenges today’s learners will inherit, we must leverage the power of geography to teach them to measure the impact of our actions.  That’s why I’m thrilled to … Continue reading Geographic Perspectives with Educator Sandra Turner

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We’ve Launched an Emergency Fund for Educators — Here’s How We’re Supporting You In the Application Process

Educators are among the many on the frontlines of COVID-19. During a time of immense disruption, you have been adapting your teaching methods, testing new skills, and discovering new solutions to advance learning in profoundly new ways. At National Geographic Education, we see you and we’re here to support you. That’s why we have launched an emergency fund for educators who are designing instructional resources … Continue reading We’ve Launched an Emergency Fund for Educators — Here’s How We’re Supporting You In the Application Process

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19 Best Practices for Teaching Live Sessions

This post was written by educator Emily Vizzo. Back-to-school season is here, and for many educators, that means more distance learning. Despite the distance, though, you’re still the same kind, caring, and skilled educator. Positive energy, curiosity, and support translate through the screen, and your students can feel it. Much of your existing practice can still be effective online. Higher-order questions, Socratic seminar, free writes, … Continue reading 19 Best Practices for Teaching Live Sessions

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15+ National Geographic Education Resources For Engaging Online Lessons

This post was written by educator Emily Vizzo. Many teachers found themselves teaching online for the first time when COVID-19 shut down schools last spring. Making that transition from classroom to online learning may feel overwhelming, but evidence-based practices, teaching strategies, and professional intuition still translate to a virtual environment! Having high-quality, age-appropriate, and interesting resources at your fingertips can help keep students engaged, even … Continue reading 15+ National Geographic Education Resources For Engaging Online Lessons

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Place-Based Learning: Exploring and Unpacking the World from Anywhere

This post was written by teacher coach and consultant James Fester. “When will this decade of a month be over?”  I recently stumbled across this deeply resonant tweet as I struggle to make online learning work. As the pandemic drags on and more states release their complicated back-to-school plans, I find myself immobilized with worry and stress, longing for simpler times when travel, collaboration, and … Continue reading Place-Based Learning: Exploring and Unpacking the World from Anywhere