At National Geographic Learning, our mission is to bring the world to the classroom, and the classroom to life. We want students of English and their teachers to experience the excitement and joy of learning through our materials.

We invite you to join us in professional development conversations with English Language Teaching specialists, speakers from the TED stage, National Geographic Explorers, and others in the English Language Teaching field.

Upcoming Webinar

Nurturing Reading Success in Young Learners of English

What does it mean to be able to read? Once you’ve mastered the technical skill of learning to read, it becomes very hard to remember just how you achieved it, or even what it feels like to not have this ability at your command. At this point – and indeed for the rest of your life – you graduate to the more meaningful position of using reading to learn.

In this talk, we will consider various strategies that can be used to help young learners become competent readers in English. Then, once they are there, how reading can be harnessed as a powerful tool to teach both English and content areas such as science, history, culture, creative writing, and beyond.


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