Explorer Classroom with National Geographic

Young girl with headphones looks at computer screen

National Geographic Education uses its global network to help Explorers from all over the world interact with students. Through live, hosted web events, we present on our work and then take questions.

On April 27th, 2020, I was part of the first ever Explorer Classroom to be translated into American Sign Language (ASL).

I learned a few sentences; my ASL debut begins at 3:06.

These events reach many thousands of students, and they’re a creative way to expand the reach of work that National Geographic supports and to be innovative with the ways we present our stories and talk about our careers.

I did another event on March 10th, which was just as fun.


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