Springtime for teachers can waver between exhaustion and exhilaration. “Interestingly enough,” one educator noted in an ASCD essay on End of the Year Reflections, “I would find myself re-energized and ready to start daydreaming about my next year. What would my students be like? How could I rearrange my room? What new practices could I implement that would totally overhaul and revolutionize my instruction? My … Continue reading Pick Up Your End-of-Year Energy with Our Professional Development Opportunities
Each year, the National Geographic Society selects outstanding educators to serve as Education Fellows. It is with pride, admiration, and enthusiasm that we announce our 2019 class. The goal of the National Geographic Fellows program is to empower and elevate individuals from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences who have demonstrated leadership and excellence, and provide them an opportunity to develop and/or lead an … Continue reading Meet the 2019 National Geographic Education Fellows!
It’s another busy, exciting year for the National Geographic Bee. Over the past seven months, around 3 million students in almost 10,000 schools across the country have participated in their school bees and taken the qualifying test to participate in the state competition. Those state Bees are coming up quickly on April 1, but we have some exciting news about the Bee that just couldn’t … Continue reading Mo Rocca to Moderate 2016 National Geographic Bee