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|Virtual Classroom Experiences
|Join an Upcoming Explorer Classroom
Want to show your students that science, exploration, and conservation are alive outside of their textbooks? Join a live video conference with a National Geographic explorer. Learn more, sign up, and check out our great teacher guides here.
- December 6 at 11am EST: Photojournalist Brian Skerry has been photographing marine wildlife and underwater environments for National Geographic since 1998, covering everything from the fishing industry to coral reefs, marine reserves, sharks of the Bahamas, and sea turtles.
- December 7 at 12pm EST: Connect with two of the world’s leading cave divers, Kenny Broad and Jill Heinerth, as they broadcast directly from a blue hole. A blue hole is a large marine cavern or sinkhole, which is open to the surface and has developed in a bank or island composed of a carbonate bedrock. They are among the least studied and most threatened habitats on Earth.
- December 9 at 11am EST: Urban planner T.H. Culhane is committed to improving people’s access to clean water using sustainable methods. His nongovernmental organization, Solar C.³I.T.I.E.S, works with residents of Cairo’s poorest neighborhoods to install rooftop solar water heaters.”