New opportunities for the new year

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JANUARY 2019
|  NEW AND NOTEWORTHY

New Online Professional Learning Courses

Invigorate your teaching practice with free online courses that provide powerful instructional tools and one-of-a-kind National Geographic content. These professional learning courses range from topics such as visualizing the ways that climate change is affecting our world to transforming your class into an engine for inquiry and action and empowering your students to improve their communities through service learning.
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|  CLASSROOM RESOURCES

Warm Up with Five Winter Wonders

From spectacular cities of ice to killer icicles, get resources and strategies for teaching this season.
WHAT WONDERS?
|   NEW DISTRICT PARTNERSHIP

Partners in Jackson, MS

Did you hear the news? We’ve partnered with Jackson Public Schools (JPS) to help empower educators and inspire students to engage with their world through customized classroom resources and professional development programming.
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|   OUR PARTNERS

How Things Work

Tune in to the exciting new video series “How Things Work” from National Geographic Kids! The show features YouTube star Kamri Noel, who gets some of the world’s most knowledgeable experts from Nat Geo to explain it in their own words.
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|   NAT GEO EDUCATOR SPOTLIGHT
Learn how Laura Krenicki‘s sixth-grade class examined the paths of people and objects using Explorer magazine, a video conference with National Geographic Explorer Paul Salopek, and their own museum exhibits.
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Q: Thanks in part to its position as a global trading post, what small country at the tip of the Malay peninsula is one of the most religiously diverse in the world?
Check out the answer below. Want more questions like this? GeoBee questions, games, and resources are available in our Study Corner.
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