The illustrious National Geographic launched a new edition of 'Explorer' Magazines on Tuesday, specially designed for schoolchildren. This special edition provides information about the resources and new way of learning which is helpful for teachers too. The National Geographic Learning's Explorer Education Program was introduced by US Charge d'Affaires, Ambassador Kathleen Stephens at American Centre in the presence of Mr. Francis Downey, Vice President and Publisher of National Geographic Learning.
Mr. Francis Downey, VP of National Geographic Learning said "National Geographic is renowned for its reputed magazine, books and channel. Now, we are glad to introduce educational resources which will be helpful for students & teachers, both. Everyone is aware that teachers have to teach ideal and additional content to the students for developing their intellect."
He also added that Explorer magazine will surely engage student in gathering detailed knowledge of resources, with the help of attractive National Geographic photography and storytelling, it brings special attention to the education."
Our target to spread education to government as well as private schools and we talked, we some school privileged school and students to serve are education across the globe. The program includes project, monthly magazine and reference for teacher's guide. There will be four different levels and seven issues which will publish in a year. The price of copies is around 20 to 199 copies of the Explorer magazine will be Rs. 1,800 per year, between 200 to 499 copies it will cost Rs. 1,600 and for more copies it will charge Rs.1, 400 per year.
“India is the first and the foremost country where we introduce Explorer, now will present in other counties in their local language. In India, we are planning to introduce in Hindi and other local language” said Mr. Downey.
“By Explorer magazine students who are not aware about the resources and the student who have not seen the world they will come to know about the world” said Kathleen Stephens.
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