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Sharing National Geographic Education content and experiences to spark curiosity and wonder for learners. 📸: James P. Blair

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2021-09-15

Explore our solar system and beyond with the latest National Geographic Virtual Field Trip! nnMeet an astrophysicist searching the stars for distant planets, a nonprofit founder making space accessible to young people, and the co-creators of the new National Geographic detailed solar system infographic. nnRegister today for this free event on September 29 at 1 p.m. ET. http://on.natgeo.org/6181yNQMP

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2021-09-14

"When I was a kid looking up at the stars, I really always wondered... how did we get here, and are we alone?" nnExplorers are curious. Spark curiosity for your learners alongside @InsideNatGeo Explorer Bethany Ehlmann in a short video & instructive activity from our #ResourceLibrary.nn#ExplorerMindset http://on.natgeo.org/6181yNtUU

2021-09-14

Our interactions with the Earth shape our lives, and in turn, our actions shape the Earth. We can see our influence and impact firsthand with the majestic sequoia trees. nnExplore that majestic world of the sequoia and redwood trees with breathtaking images in this leveled reading article: http://on.natgeo.org/6184yNOVy nn#ExplorerMindset nn📸: A. R. Moore

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2021-09-13

"This is a wonderful day. I've never seen this one before." - poet, author & activist Maya Angelou nn#MondayMotivation nn📸 Michael Melford

2021-09-12

“I am learning how to use modeling as a strategy to meet students where they are in their current knowledge, & build upon their ideas as they learn. Not only is it a great visual tool for learners, but also a hands-on one!” - 6th-grade science educator Delaney Ryan nnMs. Ryan captured her experience of our online course: Teaching Global Climate Change in Your Classroom. Interested in this kind of PL? Check out all of our free self-paced courses: http://on.natgeo.org/6187y2qKTnn📸 : Delaney Ryan

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2021-09-12

Nearly all life on Earth depends on photosynthesis. Use this infographic from our #ResourceLibrary to show your students the process of how plants make their own food and the oxygen we breathe. nnAlso available in Spanish and French. http://on.natgeo.org/6184y2qDp

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2021-09-11

After completing the online course "Teaching Global #ClimateChange in Your Classroom," IL educator Becky Young shares her #middleschool #NGSS #science lesson. nnCheck out her lesson "Does climate change cause increased natural disasters?" http://on.natgeo.org/6187y2TP5

2021-09-11

This striking image shows how geographers think about the world across multiple perspectives and scales. Here's how Washington, D.C. middle-school ELA teacher Shakenya Humphries applied it in her classroom:nn“I taught across scales and perspectives to make the study of nonfiction relevant to my students by grounding it in a field trip to clean up a local river. Through nonfiction texts and collaborations with a social studies teacher peer, my students were studying the Danube River in Europe. I led them to draw comparisons with their own local river— the Anacostia River.n nBoth water sources share borders, which raised compelling questions like, who should be responsible for keeping the rivers clean? And how do the actions of people upstream affect those living downstream? These questions kept my students engaged as they read, researched, and wrote about water issues. Finally, when it came time for their river clean-up day, they had a new sense of responsibility for this resource in their community!”nnHow do you inspire curiosity in your students using different perspectives, scales, or human/natural world interactions? Share your tips!nnCheck out our Geo-Inquiry Process course to learn more about how to apply this and other concepts with your learners. http://on.natgeo.org/6186y2TMw

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2021-09-11

Explore our solar system and beyond with the latest National Geographic Virtual Field Trip! nnMeet an astrophysicist searching the stars for distant planets, a nonprofit founder making space accessible to young people, and the co-creators of the new National Geographic detailed solar system infographic. nnRegister today for this free event on September 29 at 1 p.m. ET. http://on.natgeo.org/6182yFsB0

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