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Bring the World into Your Classroom Through Photography

Reading Time: 5 minutesFor over a century, students have had opportunities to learn about far off places through pictures brought back by intrepid explorers venturing across the globe. The world learned about the Incan ruins of Machu Picchu through the images of explorer Hiram Bingham and saw the view from Mount Everest after

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Become a Citizen Scientist

Reading Time: 4 minutesBecome a Citizen Scientist (Using Your Phone!) Did you know that you can contribute to scientific research using only your phone? Scientists around the globe are calling on anyone with a camera or a computer to help contribute to our knowledge of the world. This movement is called Citizen Science

Inspiring Environmental Responsibility in the YL Classroom with Photography

Reading Time: 5 minutesWhen I was 11 years old, my father gave me my first camera and took me to a friend’s backyard garden to photograph birds. Sitting in a small shelter with my eye pressed against the camera’s viewfinder, I watched as bright red cardinals and brilliantly colored blue jays landed on

A man in Yu County, China throws molten iron against a wall to mark the ending of the spring festival. The yellow-hot iron explodes when it touches the freezing wall creating a shower of sparks. Shot February 16.

Why We Use Photography

Reading Time: 1 minuteAt National Geographic Learning, we believe in the power of curiosity to fuel the desire to learn, which is why we use incredible photography and video to inspire that curiosity in the English language learning classroom. Learning to speak English as a foreign language has become an essential part of