What Did You Read in 2015?

EDUCATION

What do Nat Geo Education Blog readers read? Here are the activities, stories, pictures, and assorted oddities you pushed to the top of our charts in 2015. (Nat Geo Education)

Our Daily Content page is a great primer on all the content available from Nat Geo Education—10 fresh ideas, every day of the year, from quick vocabulary words to fully fleshed out and standards-aligned lessons.

This absolutely gorgeous map of Y-DNA haplogroups was easily the most popular image we posted this year. See the map in context and read about how ancient DNA revealed an ancient migration route here. Gorgeous map by Chakazul, courtesy Wikimedia. CC-BY-SA-3.0Gorgeous map by Chakazul, courtesy Wikimedia. CC-BY-SA-3.0

This absolutely gorgeous map of Y-DNA haplogroups was easily the most popular image we posted this year. See the map in context and read about how ancient DNA revealed an ancient migration route here.
Gorgeous map by Chakazul, courtesy Wikimedia. CC-BY-SA-3.0

 

This map outlining the broad support for different factions in the Syrian civil war was the most popular map we posted this year. See the map in context and read more about taking sides in Syria here.

This map outlining the broad support for different factions in the Syrian civil war was the most popular map we posted this year. See the map in context and read more about taking sides in Syria here.

Discussion Ideas
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Did you have a favorite post from the Nat Geo Education blog this year? Let us know in the comments or at education@ngs.org.

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