Explorer Classroom | October 2019 Signup
Sign up here for Explorer Classroom sessions in October!
The first six student groups to sign up will be featured on camera and have the chance to ask the Explorer questions directly.

This month in Explorer Classroom we are focusing on Extreme Environments:
Kevin McLean | Ecologist: October 25th @ 11AM ET
George Kourounis | Adventurer and Storm Chaser: October 28th @ 1PM ET
Nizar Ibrahim | Paleontologist:October 28th @ 2:30PM ET
Jeffrey Marlow | Geobiologist: October 30th @ 10AM ET

In the Field Sessions:
+ more sessions coming soon!

Please Note: Explorer Classroom sessions are live events hosted on YouTube. They are open to the public and recorded. Please share these terms with parents of students who will participate live on camera. If any parents or students prefer not to be on camera, please accommodate their wishes in your classroom.

Learn more about National Geographic Explorer Classroom at natgeoed.org/explorerclassroom
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