Our climate is changing and influencing our lives every day. The time to take action on climate is now. Learn why you need to get involved, and use our resources below to bring this important topic to your students.
Relive American military history through the first-person accounts of the U.S. Army's most significant living generals. Use these resources to engage students with decision-making strategies and relevant reference materials and to explore the regional geography of areas of war.
This collection of educational content looks at this time period in ancient Rome through the lens of issues around citizenship, technology, government, culture, language, and geography. Use these resources to dig deeper into relevant world history and human geography topics.
National Geographic Channel marks the 30th anniversary of the tragic day the Space Shuttle Challenger burst into flames. Use the educational resources on this page to teach students about space exploration and to commemorate the anniversary of the Challenger disaster.
Explorer, the longest-running documentary series in cable television history, continues as a series of major specials on the National Geographic Channel. This page provides resources for educators that supplement the Explorer episodes.
Use these resources to help your students learn about food, the environmental and societal problems that involve food, and to gain the information necessary to formulate their own opinions on food-related issues.
The film He Named Me Malala celebrates both Malala’s dedication to safe schools for girls and gives the viewer insight into her motivation. Click here for educational materials that pair with this feature.
Educational Materials inspired by the National geographic Channel’s revolutionary new series Breakthrough. Explore videos, activities, quizzes, and more to help find new ways to bring science into your classroom.
Use these resources in your classroom to teach about Jane Goodall, a legendary scientist, conservationist, and humanitarian whose groundbreaking discoveries shaped our understanding of what it is to be human.
Contextualize for your students the impact and horror of the Kennedy assassination on its 50th anniversary with resources on the social and political environment of the world during this epic period of history.