The NAGT blogs highlight the NAGT leadership and members' thoughts on teaching and learning, serving communities, and how humans think and learn about the Earth and environment. Anyone can read the posts on the blogs, but if you wish to post a comment or start a new thread you will need to register.
The Navigating Learning, Teaching, and Leading Blog features posts from the NAGT leadership.
The Serving Our Communities Blog showcases the ways in which geoscience educators are serving their communities - local, regional, state, national and international - through their own teaching, research and service, or by engaging their students in these areas.
The Earth & Mind Blog facilitates discussion and discovery about how humans think and learn about the Earth and environment. Earth & Mind explores the intersection between Geosciences, Education and Cognitive Sciences.
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- Laura Guertin's GeoEd Trek blog, which focuses on geoscience education, outreach, communication, and technology in the classroom, online, and in the field. Visit the GeoEd Trek blog.
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