Explore Reefs with Explorer Classroom!

By Celeste Harrison National Geographic’s Explorer Classroom connects classrooms around the world with National Geographic Explorers, bringing science, exploration, and conservation to life through live video events. Watch our video! Each month Explorer Classroom features a new theme and provides supporting resources for educators. Throughout the school year, classes can also join explorers live on expedition through our In the Field series. We’re thrilled to … Continue reading Explore Reefs with Explorer Classroom!

Rare Images Reveal Seaplane Sunk in Pearl Harbor Attack

UNITED STATES New images of a U.S. Navy seaplane that sank in Hawaiian waters during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor are the clearest images taken of such wreckage. (Associated Press) Use our fantastic interactive to better understand the “date which will live in infamy.” Teachers, scroll down for a quick list of key resources in our Teachers’ Toolkit, including a link to today’s MapMaker … Continue reading Rare Images Reveal Seaplane Sunk in Pearl Harbor Attack

Biodiversity Festival

By Stuart Thornton, National Geographic Roving Reporter There is a lot to see at BioBlitz’s Biodiversity Festival. Inside a long tented pavilion, manned booths offer students, teachers and parents information about a wide variety of subjects from—local San Francisco Bay area parks to artistically created oyster reefs. The Marine Mammal Center, KQED Science and, of course, National Geographic Education have set up areas that receive … Continue reading Biodiversity Festival