Photographs by: National Geographic Education; Jon Ross Photography; Avi Klapfer. (bottom row, left to right) Jackie Karsten, National Geographic; National Geographic Education; National Geographic Education; Ann Jaskolski.
National Geographic Education's STEM resources are multidisciplinary and integrate subjects beyond science, technology, engineering, and math to include critical thinking, problem-solving, and 21st century skills.
The combination of STEM knowledge with geo-literacy—the ability to make decisions based on an understanding of the systems and connections in the world—prepares students to prosper in the 21st century technology-based economy.
Corey Jaskolski develops technology such as robotic camera systems and 3-D scanners.
Kakani Katija is an ocean-focused bioengineer and National Geographic Emerging Explorer.
Albert Lin is a research scientist leading the search for the legendary tomb of Genghis Khan.
Amy Leventer is a geologist who examines the history of Antarctica's climate, and what it means for today.
Patrick Meier is a crisis mapper. He collects data and assembles real-time maps that help local relief organizations deliver aid to disaster victims.
Erika Bergman is taking citizen science to a new level by inviting students to participate in her expeditions through video chats.
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