Of those to whom you give thanks, what group is your largest?
National Geographic MapMaker is filled with maps and layers tailored for teachers and students. Maps spark students' curiosity, encourage them to explore topics more deeply, build critical and spatial thinking skills, and make connections.
If you’re a GIS Pro with a kiddo in your house and you’re looking for a fun GIS Day activity to get your kids outside, explore our Trees activity.
Launched on GIS Day, National Geographic MapMaker is a new free mapping solution for schools from Esri and National Geographic Society.
At what age does one understand "the future"?
Want to help students step up their capacity and show what they can do? Check out the Competition!
What's wrong with this picture: Ship underway, steering locked, bridge empty and locked?
Maps are hugely powerful. We can make them even more powerful.
Using fun and out of the box thinking to inspire GIS learning.