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Bringing Exploration to Life for Learners

At National Geographic, we believe in the power of exploration, wonder, and storytelling to change the world.

To support educators and families and to keep young minds engaged this summer, we are pleased to share our first-ever National Geographic Summer Learning Series. Over the course of eight weeks, National Geographic will offer unique opportunities for young people to stay engaged in meaningful learning, ignite their spirit of exploration, and connect with others. Each week, virtually visit a different part of the world and learn about its geographic features, population, climate, ecology, biodiversity, culture, history and more.

Starting the week of June 15th, Explorer Classroom has a new schedule. Join us on Wednesdays and Thursdays. The live video events, streamed on YouTube, connect young people with National Geographic Explorers—leading scientists, researchers, educators and storytellers—as they share their stories and experiences from the field. 

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!

See our full line-up below:

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Getting Started

Participating in Explorer Classroom is as easy as 1, 2, 3

Register

Select an event, then use the  “Register Here” link to sign up.

We’ll email you instructions for how to join your event.

 

Get Ready

We’ll let you know if you were selected for an on-screen spot.

Use the Educator and Family Guides to brainstorm questions for the Explorer. 

 

Watch & Ask Questions

Tune in at the scheduled time and date for your event.

We’ll see you there!

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Looking for other ways spark curiosity and wonder for learners outside of the classroom?

Explorer our Learn at Home Resources to teach, connect with and inspire K-12 learners.

The materials are free, curated and easy to implement.


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Check out some highlights below or explore our full archive on YouTube