Content Partners

Educators, parents, students, and others can continue to share ideas and engage in discussions that support the teaching of the Humanities using the social media resources available through Facebook and Twitter. We look forward to having you join us in these areas.


Interact with Illuminations via Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Pinterest, and Google+. These platforms will provide the space to access all things mathematics education related: current topics, tips and lesson ideas, new & popular resources, support from experts, networking puzzles, and contests. See you there!


Click here to find out how to connect with National Geographic on some of your favorite social networking sites.

You're also invited to join our new Geo-Educator Community at Edmodo. This new community is designed for educators like you to share your passion, experience, and ideas for teaching students about the world. We hope you'll join us!


Follow ReadWriteThink on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

For a deeper engagement with the ReadWriteThink staff and others interested in the instruction of reading, language arts, and literacy, please follow our new group in the Literacy in Learning Exchange.


Interact with Science NetLinks educators through Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Tumblr and our new AAAS Science NetLinks Edmodo group. Join us for updates and discussions about STEM and STEM education. We look forward to connecting with you.


Many of you have visited the History Explorers group in the Thinkfinity Community. With it retiring in June, we invite your to join other Smithsonian educators in Edmodo to continue the conversation! In addition to the newly created History Explorer group, Edmodo also boasts an active Social Studies group of 297,000+ educators.

To join, first create an account on edmodo.com. After you're signed in, search for "History Explorer" or click this link.

You must register for this community, but it is free!! We hope to see you in the History Explorer group at Edmodo!

You may also follow Smithsonian's History Explorer on Twitter, Pinterest, and YouTube.


Educators

Stay connected with a growing network of wonderers of all ages and educators focused on integrating inquiry and Wonder in the classroom. A formal educator community will launch on Wonderopolis.org in early Fall 2014. You can also follow @wonderopolis on Twitter and join our #WonderChat series the first Monday of each month at 8:00 EST; follow us on Facebook; and subscribe to NCFL's free publications on wonder and families learning together.


Parents and Families

Stay connected with the growing network supporting wonder and families learning together.

Subscribe to NCFL's free publications on wonder and families learning together; follow @ncfl on Twitter; and follow us on Facebook.