Photograph by Lori Epstein/National Geographic Staff
Do you believe in empowering students to think like explorers? In building geographic competency across disciplines? In inspiring students to be global thinkers who can change the world? If so, you’re in good company here. Thank you for volunteering to be beta testers of the National Geographic Educator Certification program.
The program seeks to inspire educators to teach students about the world in innovative and interdisciplinary ways. The experience will provide you with professional recognition and development; connections and community with like-minded educators; and relationships, resources, and perks with National Geographic.
Click the button below to sign up for a cohort on a timeline that works for you!
Winter 2018 Cohort: Suggested start date: January 1; Deadline: March 30 (Registration is closed)
Spring 2018 Cohort: Suggested start date: April 16; Deadline: July 13
Fall 2018 Cohort: Registration will open in the summer of 2018
At National Geographic, we believe in the power of science, exploration, education, and storytelling to change the world.
The Capstone Project is your chance to tell your class' story in a visual and compelling way.
See how Charles Dabritz rose to that challenge below.
—Charles Dabritz, library media specialist