National Geographic brings the world to your classroom. Students today must be well prepared to function on an increasingly interconnected planet. Our products and programs will spark curiosity in your students and prepare them with the skills and attitudes needed to take on this challenge.
National Geographic kids are: n Curious and adventurous â—?n Responsible for others and the natural world â—?n Empowered and persistent in the face of challenges National Geographic kids know how to: n Work effectively with others n Solve problems they encounter n Communicate effectively through language and media
Connect with National Geographic at NCSS
Giant Traveling Map National Geographic Kids’ Giant Traveling Maps tour the country’s schools, bringing hands-and feet-on geography education to hundreds of thousands students each year. The maps are designed to promote geographic literacy by igniting interest in geography through physical movement and games. Come see for yourself! n The National Geographic Giant Traveling Map of South America is located in Hall D (to the right of the entrance to the exhibits). n NationalGeographic.com/giantmaps
Teaching Resources Booth 911 and 913 Our Education Portal offers free resources for K-12 educators. Stop by the booth to learn more about our teaching resources, mapping tools, reference materials, games and interactive media. ●n Booth 911 and 913 n NatGeoEd.org
Learning Booth 908 National Geographic Learning provides K-12 (Reading, Science, and Social Studies), Adult, and ELT resources in print and digital formats. ●n Booth 908 n NGL.Cengage.com
You’re Invited! Join us at Teacher Fest for an exhilarating round of demos and classroom-ready activities. Fun, fast-paced, and FREE, Teacher Fest will give you a chance to choose three out of five activities showcasing free online and offline mapping tools, social studies and Common Core resources, and so much more!
Where and When: 9:05 a.m. Saturday, November 22 Sheraton’s Constitution A Ballroom
The first 150 attendees will receive a goody bag full of takehome materials for the classroom and all will be eligible to win door prizes.
Stay in Touch! @NatGeoEducation Facebook.com/NatGeoEducation NatGeoEd.org