Discover five success stories from endangered species that are making a comeback, combined with connected classroom resources to integrate into your lesson planning. Continue reading 5 Wildlife Conservation Success Stories: 50 Years of the Endangered Species Act
This post was written by Heather Chiles, an Engagement and Marketing Strategy staff member at the National Geographic Society. Photography can be a personal and profound way to explore your community and help your students tell their own stories. In an effort to inspire and empower the next generation, the National Geographic Society is proud to support Photo Camp––an outreach program that introduces young people … Continue reading Telling Your Own Stories: 20th Anniversary of National Geographic Photo Camp
Tim Black and Nichola de Montaigne wrote this post. Are the SDGs being used in your learning community? If not, we hope you’ll consider that a not – YET. Curious? Read on to learn more about our new project – #BiteSizeSDGs. We’d love for you to get involved! WHO WE ARE: We are both international educators who share a passion for making learning meaningful and … Continue reading We Created #bitesizeSDGs. Join Us to Help Solve the World’s Biggest Challenges!
Our GeoBee and GeoChallenge communities have always inspired us with their ingenuity, curiosity, and dedication to these competitions. These communities were very much top of mind as we made the difficult choice to cancel this year’s competitions due to the national emergency caused by the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19). The cancellations include the state-level GeoBee competitions and regional-level GeoChallenge competitions scheduled for Friday, March 27, 2020, … Continue reading National Geographic GeoBee and GeoChallenge Events Update