National Geographic launches new community: “GeoEducators”

Image from National Geographic GeoEducators Community webpage As someone who really likes working with kids and knows how exciting and challenging it can be to present STEAM programs, I just found out about a great resource to share. If you’re someone who works with kids (librarian, educator, community center staff, etc.), or if you know someone who is, National Geographic has launched a new online community  – GeoEducators – to help you present awesome lessons/programs that make learning exciting.

Crowdsourcing is its key facet…connect with others, share ideas, and work together to create great programs.

GeoEducator homepage: http://bit.ly/1dLoF5Q

Sign up for GeoEducator updates: http://bit.ly/1lAL7Rl

You can join the GeoEducator Community, but understand that it requires an Edmodo account, which you can only get if you’re a parent, student, or teacher.* But even if you can’t go that route, you can find great K-12 Teaching Resources Here: http://education.nationalgeographic.com/education/teaching-resources/ie/?ar_a=2&force_AR=True

* I will be asking whether certified librarians are allowed to register.

 

 

 

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