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Explore underwater geology in your classroom this week
Can You Name a Shark Species by its Bite?
Role Play to Learn About the Shark Bay Ecosystem
Find spatial thinking activities for Grades preK-6.
Find all of our media-rich educational resources created to support National Geographic television shows, films, magazine articles, and exploration.
Find educational games that promote 21st century skills.
Explore a marine ecology unit for middle school.
Use this lesson to explore a real-world environmental issue with students.
Find out how the National Geographic Society is connecting to the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts.
Find National Geographic's interdisciplinary STEM resources for Grades K-12.
Find free online courses on outdoor and environmental education topics.
Collection. Find our resources and programs for K-12 teaching and learning.
Find classroom videos and other materials highlighting great teaching and learning.
The Grosvenor Teacher Fellow (GTF) program is a professional development opportunity that honors excellence in K-12 geographic education.
In this collection, National Geographic Education has excerpted the standards, skills, and perspectives from Geography For Life: National Geography Standards, Second Edition.
The College, Career, and Civic Life (C3) Framework for Social Studies State Standards: State guidance for enhancing the rigor of K-12 civics, economics, geography, and history
NG Education's AP Human Geography page offers a compilation of resources available for both students and teachers. Make use of multimedia, videos, maps, and photos to support your course.