The Grosvenor Teacher Fellowship (GTF) is a professional development opportunity for pre-K–12 educators made possible by a partnership between Lindblad Expeditions and the National Geographic Society. The 2023 fellows are the first cohort to be selected since the COVID-19 pandemic began. This year’s Grosvenor Teacher Fellowship class is made up of 50 exemplary educators, representing everything from the visual arts to Spanish, psychology, career and … Continue reading Meet National Geographic’s 2023 Grosvenor Teacher Fellows
This post was written by educator and National Geographic Explorer Ashley Lamb-Sinclair. Last summer, while my community of Louisville, Kentucky – and the world – took to the streets in protest of the killing of Breonna Taylor, I participated in a Healing Ceremony hosted by Black Lives Matter Louisville. My goal was to be quiet, to listen, and to respond as requested by the leaders … Continue reading 2,892 Miles to Go – A Geographic Walk for Justice
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!
Human fascination with Mars has lasted for millenia, and continues to deepen in light of the landing of the Perseverance rover on Mars’ surface in February of this year after a 300 million mile, 7 month journey. The idea of Martians who inhabit the Red Planet has captured our imaginations for a long time and now, because of the human ingenuity and technology behind Perseverance, … Continue reading Five Ways of Looking at a Mars Lesson
This post was written by educator Lauren Niemann. I teach in Louisville, KY, which has one of the fastest growing urban heat island effects in the country, and this environmental impact does not impact our residents equally. Due to the inequities around us, I believe it is important to give students the opportunity to evaluate data and personal accounts from residents and uncover patterns of … Continue reading Let the Data Speak for Itself