National Geographic Education Summer Learning Series
Where Education Meets Exploration
Embark on a journey to virtually visit different parts of the world. Learn about geographic features, population, climate, ecology, biodiversity, culture, and history. Young people ages 16+ have the opportunity to join live, interactive talks with National Geographic scientists, explorers, educators and storytellers for a behind-the-scenes look at the adventures and experiences that helped shape their careers. Learn from world-class National Geographic photographers to harness the power of photography and capture meaningful moments of community and connection.
Curated collections of engaging activities, videos, maps, infographics, fun facts, and quizzes to implement with K-12 learners at home. By educators. For students, families, and educators.
Interact with 2 p.m. Daily Broadcasts
Connect and learn with National Geographic Explorers.
Photograph by Rebecca Hale
As communities around the world are exploring new ways of teaching and learning at home, we invite you to join us for live broadcasts of Explorer Classroom. In our commitment to support educators, students and families during this transition, we are now providing Explorer Classroom every weekday at 2:00 p.m. EDT. Explorer Classroom’s live video events connect students with National Geographic Explorers across all seven continents to bring exploration to life.
Events are free and open to the public. Register for a chance at one of six on-camera spots to ask Explorers your questions face to face!
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