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Collecting and mapping species data in our parks, neighborhoods, and schoolyards.
Get involved with citizen science through National Geographic programs.
A platform for visualizing and analyzing geospatial citizen science data.
Learn more about this project-based, citizen science educational initiative!
Geography Education Alliances connect K-12 teachers with university faculty, offering professional development opportunities and promoting improvements in geographic education at state and local levels.
Learn more about a professional learning experience for university students majoring in geography and cartography.
This professional development opportunity engages current K-12 educators in finding new ways to bring geographic awareness and ocean stewardship to their classrooms or informal learning environments through a field-based experience.
This two-year program provides intensive professional development for practicing teachers and prepares them to become state and national-level leaders for the transformation of geographic education.
Learn more about a project that brings together experts in geography, education, and research to chart a course for the large-scale improvement of K-12 geography education in the U.S.
Test your geography skills on the Bee website. Take quizzes, read about past participants, and find sample questions to help prepare your students for the challenge.
Find a volunteer GeoMentor who can help your students connect their geographic learning to the real world.