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BioBlitz 2016 Introduction
 
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A BioBlitz is an event that focuses on finding and identifying as many species as possible in a specific area over a short period of time. At a BioBlitz, scientists, families, students, teachers, and other community members work together to get an overall count of the plants, animals, fungi, and other organisms that live in a place. In 2016, to celebrate the centennial, the BioBlitz initiative goes national! The cornerstone BioBlitz in the Washington, D.C. region will take place May 20-21, with over 200 BioBlitzes happening across the country and throughout the year.
Take A Sneak Peek at the Nat Geo Bee
 
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The National Geographic Bee empowers four million young explorers each year with the attitudes, skills, and knowledge needed to be tomorrow's global leaders, scientists, and storytellers. Educators can register schools and homeschools at http://www.NatGeoBee.org
Find Your Niche in BioBlitz
 
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If you're a self-identifying biologist or naturalist, learn how you can be involved in BioBlitz. We need your biodiversity expertise!
Meet the 2018 Geo Bee Finalists
 
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Which one of these funny and talented finalists will take the title of National Geographic Bee champion? Learn more at https://www.nationalgeographic.org/bee
MapMaker Interactive Tutorial 5: Custom Links
 
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Get started at http://mapmaker.education.nationalgeographic.com
Nat Geo Bee 2016: Mo Rocca Meets the National Geographic Bee Finalists
 
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Learn more about The National Geographic Bee at http://www.NatGeoBee.org Host Mo Rocca interviews the Top 10 Finalists on stage during the 2016 competition.
Meet the 2017 Geo Bee Finalists
 
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Learn more about The National Geographic Bee at http://www.NatGeoBee.org Which one of these funny, pet loving, and talented finalists will take the title of National Geographic Bee champion?
30 Years of National Geographic GeoBee
 
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The National Geographic Bee is an academic competition for four through eight grade students at public schools, private schools, and homeschools in the United States and its territories, as well as the Department of Defense Dependents Schools (DoDDS). Learn more at natgeobee.org
Living With Wolves: What Two Conservationists Learned in the Wilderness
 
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Jamie and Jim Dutcher are conservationists who spent years living with the Sawtooth Pack, a group of wolves. They're brought their expertise (and some incredible photos) to a Google Hangout with us. The Dutchers' work spawned a variety of incredible resources, including two activity guides for teachers and families, which can be found on our website: www.NatGeoEd.org You can also learn more about Jim and Jamie's work in their book, "The Hidden Lives of Wolves," available on Amazon.
MapMaker Interactive Tutorial 3: Drawing Tools
 
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Get started at http://mapmaker.education.nationalgeographic.com
GeoChallenge 2018–2019
 
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The GeoChallenge (http://natgeoed.org/geochallenge) is an annual themed and standards-based competition from the National Geographic Society that challenges student groups in grades five through eight across the United States to develop a creative solution to a real-world problem.
Explorer Classroom |  Lee Berger at Rising Star | Week 1, Session 1
 
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Join paleoanthropologist Lee Berger and his expert team for a field trip to the Rising Star cave system in South Africa! Learn about their latest expedition and newest discoveries. In 2013, during their first expedition at Rising Star, Lee and his team discovered more than a thousand fossil elements belonging to Homo naledi, a previously unknown early human relative. Since then, they have discovered more chambers with more fossils of this new species including a nearly complete skeleton. See what they’re discovering today! Ask questions by using #ExplorerClassroom on Twitter! Please Note: Explorer Classroom sessions are live events hosted on YouTube. They are open to the public and recorded. Please share these terms with parents of students who will participate live on camera. If any parents or students prefer not to be on camera, please accommodate their wishes in your classroom.
MapMaker Interactive Tutorial 7: Adding Bookmarks
 
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Get started at http://mapmaker.education.nationalgeographic.com
Explorer Classroom | Shah Selbe: Conservation Technologist
 
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Before becoming a conservation technologist, Shah Selbe spent 10 years as a rocket scientist building and launching satellites with Boeing. Now he works with communities, NGOs, and developing countries to identify and deploy technologies that can help with their greatest conservation challenges. He has built drones for coastal monitoring, open-source environmental monitoring sensor networks in the Okavango Delta, acoustic monitoring buoys in the Pacific, seismic recording stations in Canadian glaciers, and much more. Register your classroom for an onscreen spot and check out our full schedule at http://bit.ly/ExplorerClassroom Ask questions by using #ExplorerClassroom on Twitter! Please Note: Explorer Classroom sessions are live events hosted on YouTube. They are open to the public and recorded. Please share these terms with parents of students who will participate live on camera. If any parents or students prefer not to be on camera, please accommodate their wishes in your classroom.
How Important is Geography?
 
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Learn more about The National Geographic Bee at http://www.NatGeoBee.org The Bee champs tell all about the real value of geography, spoiler - it’s more than just maps.
Nat Geo Bee 2016: National Parks
 
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Learn more about The National Geographic Bee at http://www.NatGeoBee.org
Explorer Classroom | Lee Berger at Rising Star | Week 1, Session 2
 
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Join paleoanthropologist Lee Berger and his expert team for a field trip to the Rising Star cave system in South Africa! Learn about their latest expedition and newest discoveries. In 2013, during their first expedition at Rising Star, Lee and his team discovered more than a thousand fossil elements belonging to Homo naledi, a previously unknown early human relative. Since then, they have discovered more chambers with more fossils of this new species including a nearly complete skeleton. See what they’re discovering today! Ask questions by using #ExplorerClassroom on Twitter! Please Note: Explorer Classroom sessions are live events hosted on YouTube. They are open to the public and recorded. Please share these terms with parents of students who will participate live on camera. If any parents or students prefer not to be on camera, please accommodate their wishes in your classroom.
Explorer Classroom
 
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Explorer Classroom connects classrooms around the world with National Geographic Explorers, bringing science, exploration, and conservation to life through live video events. Students have the opportunity to ask the explorer their questions directly. Each month Explorer Classroom features a new theme and provides supporting resources for educators. Throughout the school year, classes can also join explorers live on expedition through our In the Field series.
MapMaker Interactive Tutorial 4: Lines and Measurements
 
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Get started at http://mapmaker.education.nationalgeographic.com
The Engineering Exploration Challenge
 
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National Geographic Explorers all over the world face challenges in their work, and we're inviting kids everywhere to engineer some solutions! What better way to keep kids sharp this summer than igniting their imaginations with the science we need to study the world? Everything you need to know is on our website, including prize information. Check it out: www.NatGeoEd.org/NGX
Nat Geo Bee 2016: Why Geography?
 
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Learn more about The National Geographic Bee at http://www.NatGeoBee.org Some of the brightest kids in the country share why they love learning about geography.
Pharrell’s Nat Geo Bee Question
 
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Learn more about The National Geographic Bee at http://www.NatGeoBee.org Can you answer Pharrell William’s video question from the 2015 National Geographic Bee Championship? The National Geographic Bee empowers four million young explorers each year with the attitudes, skills, and knowledge needed to be tomorrow's global leaders, scientists, and storytellers.
GeoChallenge 2017
 
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The GeoChallenge is an annual themed and standards-based competition from the National Geographic Society that challenges student groups in grades five through eight across the United States to develop a creative solution to a real-world problem.
Explorer Classroom |  Lee Berger at Rising Star | Week 3, Session 2
 
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In 2013, during their first expedition at Rising Star, Lee and his team discovered more than a thousand fossil elements belonging to Homo naledi, a previously unknown early human relative. Since then, they have discovered more chambers with more fossils of this new species including a nearly complete skeleton. See what they’re discovering today! Ask questions by using #ExplorerClassroom on Twitter! Please Note: Explorer Classroom sessions are live events hosted on YouTube. They are open to the public and recorded. Please share these terms with parents of students who will participate live on camera. If any parents or students prefer not to be on camera, please accommodate their wishes in your classroom.
MapMaker Interactive Tutorial 9: Latitude and Longitude
 
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Get started at http://mapmaker.education.nationalgeographic.com
2018 National Geographic Bee Final Competition
 
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The National Geographic Bee is an academic competition for four through eight grade students at public schools, private schools, and homeschools in the United States and its territories, as well as the Department of Defense Dependents Schools (DoDDS). Learn more at www.natgeobee.org.
Explorer Classroom in the Field | Marina Elliott & Becca Peixotto
 
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Join a virtual Field Trip to the Rising Star Cave System in South Africa! Head underground into the Rising Star Cave System to meet Marina Elliott and Becca Peixotto. Marina is a biological Anthropologist and National Geographic Explorer, Becca is an American Archaeologist. They're on a 3 week expedition at the Rising Star Cave System in South Africa. This cave system was the site of an astonishing discovery of over 1,500 fossil elements of one of our human ancestors. In September, 2015 they were identified as belonging to a previously unknown early human relative that expedition leader Lee Berger and team named Homo naledi. There are still many more fossils to be uncovered and new fossils from a second cave chamber have been revealed. Join in to learn about this incredible find and see the fieldwork in action! Ask questions by using #ExplorerClassroom on Twitter! Please Note: Explorer Classroom sessions are live events hosted on YouTube. They are open to the public and recorded. Please share these terms with parents of students who will participate live on camera. If any parents or students prefer not to be on camera, please accommodate their wishes in your classroom.
Explorer Classroom | Asher Jay: Creative Conservationist
 
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Creative conservationist Asher Jay is an international adventurer whose paintings, sculptures, installations, animations, ad campaigns, and films all have a single purpose: to incite global action on behalf of wildlife conservation. Much of her best-known work spotlights the illegal ivory trade, including an animated billboard in Times Square and a project aimed at China's ivory-hungry rising middle class. Asher's travels have made her a witness and story-teller; she has combatted illegal wildlife trafficking, promoted habitat sanctuaries, and illuminated humanitarian emergencies. Her core message is about biodiversity loss during the Anthropocene—the “Age of Man”. Ask questions by using #ExplorerClassroom on Twitter! Please Note: Explorer Classroom sessions are live events hosted on YouTube. They are open to the public and recorded. Please share these terms with parents of students who will participate live on camera. If any parents or students prefer not to be on camera, please accommodate their wishes in your classroom.
Explorer Classroom | Virtual Field Trip to the Rising Star Cave System
 
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Head underground into the Rising Star Cave System to meet Marina Elliott and Becca Peixotto. Marina is a biological Anthropologist and National Geographic Explorer, Becca is an American Archaeologist. They're on a 3 week expedition at the Rising Star Cave System in South Africa. This cave system was the site of an astonishing discovery of over 1,500 fossil elements of one of our human ancestors. In September, 2015 they were identified as belonging to a previously unknown early human relative that expedition leader Lee Berger and team named Homo naledi. There are still many more fossils to be uncovered and new fossils from a second cave chamber have been revealed. Join in to learn about this incredible find and see the fieldwork in action! Ask questions by using #ExplorerClassroom on Twitter! Please Note: Explorer Classroom sessions are live events hosted on YouTube. They are open to the public and recorded. Please share these terms with parents of students who will participate live on camera. If any parents or students prefer not to be on camera, please accommodate their wishes in your classroom.
Explorer Classroom |  Lee Berger at Rising Star | Week 3, Session 1
 
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Join paleoanthropologist Lee Berger and his expert team for a field trip to the Rising Star cave system in South Africa! Learn about their latest expedition and newest discoveries. In 2013, during their first expedition at Rising Star, Lee and his team discovered more than a thousand fossil elements belonging to Homo naledi, a previously unknown early human relative. Since then, they have discovered more chambers with more fossils of this new species including a nearly complete skeleton. See what they’re discovering today! Ask questions by using #ExplorerClassroom on Twitter! Please Note: Explorer Classroom sessions are live events hosted on YouTube. They are open to the public and recorded. Please share these terms with parents of students who will participate live on camera. If any parents or students prefer not to be on camera, please accommodate their wishes in your classroom.
Explorer Classroom | National Geographic | Genevieve von Petzinger
 
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In caves across Europe, mysterious geometric signs dating back to the Ice Age can be found alongside more recognizable renderings of animals and handprints. Genevieve von Petzinger became obsessed with those largely ignored shapes, and is leading an effort to learn more about them. Over the course of two years, she worked at 52 rock-art sites across France, Spain, Portugal, and Sicily, documenting what she saw. She identified 32 main signs that appear across the caves, creating for the first time a relational database that catalogs them all. Now finishing her Ph.D. in anthropology at the University of Victoria in British Columbia, Canada, von Petzinger hopes to open her data so others can build on it, and aims to keep uncovering new art and clues about how those shapes connect to how we communicate today.
Explorer Classroom | Terry Virts: Astronaut
 
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Terry Virts has spent over 7 months in space. He piloted the space shuttle, performed three spacewalks, ran science experiments, and served as commander of the International Space Station. While in space he took hundreds of thousands of photos to help share his unique perspective. Register your classroom for an onscreen spot and check out our full schedule at http://bit.ly/ExplorerClassroom Ask questions in the chat bar or by using #ExplorerClassroom on Twitter! Please Note: Explorer Classroom sessions are live events hosted on YouTube. They are open to the public and recorded. Please share these terms with parents of students who will participate live on camera. If any parents or students prefer not to be on camera, please accommodate their wishes in your classroom.
Explorer Classroom | Bertie Gregory: Wildlife Filmmaker
 
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Bertie Gregory is a 24-year-old wildlife filmmaker and photographer. From camping with wolves on Vancouver’s western beaches, to pursuing peregrine falcons in urban London, or filming leopards in the streets of Mumbai, Bertie Gregory knows that to do his best work he must co-exist peacefully—with respect and humor—alongside the magnificent creatures of the natural world. Ask questions by using #ExplorerClassroom on Twitter! Please Note: Explorer Classroom sessions are live events hosted on YouTube. They are open to the public and recorded. Please share these terms with parents of students who will participate live on camera. If any parents or students prefer not to be on camera, please accommodate their wishes in your classroom.
Explorer Classroom | Dr. Robert (Bob) Ballard: Deep Sea Explorer
 
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Bob Ballard is best known for his historic discoveries of hydrothermal vents, the sunken R.M.S. Titanic, the German battleship Bismarck, and numerous other contemporary and ancient shipwrecks around the world. During his long career he has conducted more than 150 deep sea expeditions using the latest in exploration technology. Dr. Ballard also spends a great deal of his time involved in various educational outreach programs. In 2008 he secured the E/V Nautilus, which has become his flagship for exploration. Ask questions by using #ExplorerClassroom on Twitter! Please Note: Explorer Classroom sessions are live events hosted on YouTube. They are open to the public and recorded. Please share these terms with parents of students who will participate live on camera. If any parents or students prefer not to be on camera, please accommodate their wishes in your classroom.
Explorers Week Challenge
 
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Explorers Week Challenge 2016: How a group of second graders designed their own pyramids in collaboration with Yukinori Kawae.
Explorer Classroom in the Field | Rising Star Cave System
 
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In 2013 paleoanthropologist Lee Berger and his team discovered more than a thousand fossil elements belonging to Homo naledi, a previously unknown early human relative in the Rising Star cave system in South Africa. They have since discovered many more fossils of this new species including a nearly complete skeleton. Join a team of "underground astronauts" inside the Dinaledi Chamber of the Rising Star Cave System and hear from expert explorers like Dr. Becca Peixotto and Dr. Marina Elliott! Try the Dinaledi Cave VR app: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/dinaledi-chamber-perot-museum/id1438564459?mt=8 Ask questions by using #ExplorerClassroom on Twitter! Please Note: Explorer Classroom sessions are live events hosted on YouTube. They are open to the public and recorded. Please share these terms with parents of students who will participate live on camera. If any parents or students prefer not to be on camera, please accommodate their wishes in your classroom.
Explorer Classroom | Kenny Broad and Jill Heinerth: Cave Divers (Part I)
 
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Want to show your students that science, exploration, and conservation are alive outside of their textbooks? Join a live video conference with a National Geographic explorer. We have an exciting opportunity coming up over the next two months to follow along with two of the world's leading cave divers, Kenny Broad and Jill Heinerth, as they prepare to explore and create 3D maps of blue holes. A blue hole is a large marine cavern or sinkhole, which is open to the surface and has developed in a bank or island composed of a carbonate bedrock. They are are among the least studied and most threatened habitats on Earth. On November 18, Kenny and Jill will introduce themselves and share their adventures exploring some of the most remote regions on the planet. Stay tuned because in December, Explorer Classroom will connect with them again as they broadcast directly from the blue holes! Please Note: Explorer Classroom sessions are live events hosted on YouTube. They are open to the public and recorded. Please share these terms with parents of students who will participate live on camera. If any parents or students prefer not to be on camera, please accommodate their wishes in your classroom. Join more hangouts here: NatGeoEd.org/explorerclassroom
Explorer Classroom| Adjany Costa: Conservationist & Ichthyologist
 
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Adjany Costa is a conservationist and ichthyologist working to protect the wildlife and wild spaces of the Okavango River basin from its headwaters in Angola all the way to its delta in Botswana. Ask questions in the chat bar and use #ExplorerClassroom on Twitter! Please Note: Explorer Classroom sessions are live events hosted on YouTube. They are open to the public and recorded. Please share these terms with parents of students who will participate live on camera. If any parents or students prefer not to be on camera, please accommodate their wishes in your classroom.
Explorer Classroom | Paul Salopek: Journalist
 
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Explorer Paul Salopek is a writer and journalist. He has traveled to more than 50 countries and earned most of America’s top print media awards, including Pulitzers for his reporting on human genetics and the civil war in Congo. He is currently walking across the world for a decade-long storytelling project called the Out of Eden Walk. Ask questions by using #ExplorerClassroom on Twitter! Please Note: Explorer Classroom sessions are live events hosted on YouTube. They are open to the public and recorded. Please share these terms with parents of students who will participate live on camera. If any parents or students prefer not to be on camera, please accommodate their wishes in your classroom.
Explorer Classroom | Jonathan Kolby: Herpetologist
 
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Want to show your students that science, exploration, and conservation are alive outside of their textbooks? Join a live video conference with a National Geographic explorer. Since Jonathan was a kid, he’s been fascinated by reptiles and amphibians. Growing up with lizards, turtles, and frogs as beloved pets, he knew from a young age that he wanted to become a herpetologist. At 15, Jonathan went on his first expedition to gather research on the biodiversity of reptile and amphibian species. He has since studied reptile and amphibian diversity all around the world, including New Caledonia, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Kenya, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Australia, Nicaragua, and Honduras. Today, Jonathan is pursuing a PhD at James Cook University in Australia, where he studies the spread of amphibian chytrid fungus—a cause of death and even extinction for countless amphibians globally. He sees this fungus as one of our world’s largest conservation challenges. That’s because its rapid spread, if unchecked, could fortell the extinction of thousands of species in the coming years. Through his work, Jonathan strives to raise awareness and help prevent this extinction crisis. Please Note: Explorer Classroom sessions are live events hosted on YouTube. They are open to the public and recorded. Please share these terms with parents of students who will participate live on camera. If any parents or students prefer not to be on camera, please accommodate their wishes in your classroom. Join more hangouts here: NatGeoEd.org/explorerclassroom
Explorer Classroom in the Field | Shah Selbe: Conservation Technologist
 
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Join Explorer Classroom live in the field in the Republic of Congo with conservation technologist Shah Selbe! He is in Odzala-Kokoua National Park, one of Africa’s oldest national parks. Its pristine rainforest is home to animals like forest elephants and lowland gorillas. He is there using technology like drones and sensors to help map the rainforest and track the animals. Ask questions by using #ExplorerClassroom on Twitter! Please Note: Explorer Classroom sessions are live events hosted on YouTube. They are open to the public and recorded. Please share these terms with parents of students who will participate live on camera. If any parents or students prefer not to be on camera, please accommodate their wishes in your classroom.
Imani's Bioblitz
 
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Find a bioblitz near you or start your own at natgeo.org/bioblitz
Nat Geo Bee 2016: A Champion’s Welcome
 
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Learn more about The National Geographic Bee at http://www.NatGeoBee.org National Geographic Staff give the Top 10 Finalists a warm welcome to National Geographic Headquarters.
Wynton Marsalis’ Nat Geo Bee Question
 
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Learn more about The National Geographic Bee at http://www.NatGeoBee.org Can you answer Wynton Marsalis’ video question from the 2015 National Geographic Bee Championship? The National Geographic Bee empowers four million young explorers each year with the attitudes, skills, and knowledge needed to be tomorrow's global leaders, scientists, and storytellers. Educators can register schools and homeschools at http://www.NatGeoBee.com.
Explorer Classroom | Asha de Vos: Marine Biologist
 
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Join marine biologist Asha de Vos to learn about the "unorthodox whales" of the northern Indian Ocean. These giants contribute to the ocean ecosystem in significant ways—especially on the tail end of their digestive process. Asha is the first and only Sri Lankan to have a Ph.D. in research related to marine mammals, and she's working to build Sri Lanka’s first marine conservation research and education organization. Join more hangouts here: NatGeoEd.org/explorerclassroom
2018 National Geographic Education Summit
 
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Creating a planet in balance, one that can support all life, will be the greatest challenge of our century. We must equip the next generation with the curiosity, inspiration, and tools needed to care for and value the planet, now. http://natgeoed.org FEATURED SPEAKERS: JUSTINE AMMENDOLIA Marine Biologist & National Geographic Explorer ÁNGEL CABRERA President, George Mason University VICKI PHILLIPS Education Strategist, Former Director of Education, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation SHAREE BARTON | JIM BENTLEY | PEG KEINER | LEON TYNES National Geographic Certified Educators & Fellows
Explorer Classroom | Reza Deghati: Photographer
 
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World famous for his intrepid explorer's style of photographing the world's most exotic places, Reza has covered most of the globe for National Geogarphic. For the past 30 years he has traveled the world bearing witness to moments of war and peace. He was the creative director for National Geographic's most viewed documentary, Inside Mecca. Over the last three decades, Reza’s photographs have graced many of National Geographic magazine’s most noted covers and have been published in major international publications. Reza’s award-winning images are iconic. But there's far more to the man than his camera. He is the founder of Aina (The Mirror), an international nonprofit organization dedicated to the education and empowerment of children and women through the use of media and communication. His aim is for them to develop skills that can contribute to the building of a free and open society by supporting sustainable development, promoting human rights, and strengthening national unity. Ask questions by using #ExplorerClassroom on Twitter! Please Note: Explorer Classroom sessions are live events hosted on YouTube. They are open to the public and recorded. Please share these terms with parents of students who will participate live on camera. If any parents or students prefer not to be on camera, please accommodate their wishes in your classroom.
Explorer Classroom | Paul Salopek: Journalist
 
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Explorer Paul Salopek is a writer and journalist. He has traveled to more than 50 countries and earned most of America’s top print media awards, including Pulitzers for his reporting on human genetics and the civil war in Congo. He is currently walking across the world for a decade-long storytelling project called the Out of Eden Walk. Ask questions by using #ExplorerClassroom on Twitter! Please Note: Explorer Classroom sessions are live events hosted on YouTube. They are open to the public and recorded. Please share these terms with parents of students who will participate live on camera. If any parents or students prefer not to be on camera, please accommodate their wishes in your classroom.
Explorer Classroom | Prasenjeet Yadav: Molecular Ecologist & Storyteller
 
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Prasenjeet Yadav is a molecular ecologist turned photographer and National Geographic Explorer. Prasenjeet holds a masters degree in molecular biology and has pursued molecular ecology research at National Centre for Biological Sciences in Bangalore, India. Early in his scientific career, he realized that his real passion lay in storytelling. He now combines his experience in research with his photography skills to popularize ecological and conservation sciences in the wider society. He chooses otherwise ignored subjects, landscapes, and species as the focus of his work. His previous projects have helped bring light to issues such as the effects of climate change on high elevation Himalaya, the effects of windmills on the surrounding ecosystems, and the evolution of species in the Shola Sky Islands of the Western Ghats. He is a founding member of 'Shoot for Science,' which is an initiative to train scientists in science communication. Prasenjeet is currently working on two photo stories in central Asia. His luggage is currently based in Bangalore, India and he is constantly on the move. Ask questions by using #ExplorerClassroom on Twitter! Check out upcoming Explorer Classroom sessions and register your class for an onscreen spot at natgeoed.org/explorerclassroom Please Note: Explorer Classroom sessions are live events hosted on YouTube. They are open to the public and recorded. Please share these terms with parents of students who will participate live on camera. If any parents or students prefer not to be on camera, please accommodate their wishes in your classroom.

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