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Teya Talks

Conversations with GPB Media's President

The Daily Jog

Sprint for nerdy, techy fun

Tails of the City

Get it? Tails

Staff Favorites

What we think is cool...

Education Matters

Trends and topics for educators and students

SciTech Now Georgia

Science and Tech in Georgia

The Jazz Spot

Listening with the smooth sound of Massani

Your GPB

A new way to experience GPB!

On Second Thought

Timely, pegged conversations about all topics relating to Georgia and Atlanta.

Desperate for Downton

Get the low-down on the Abbey

Family

Stuff just got real

Fast Forward

The Force may be with you

Generation Nation

From Boomers to Millennials

Best of Public Radio

Here's what's up with GPB Radio!

Georgia Traveler

Tour GA from your couch

Lawmakers

Following Georgia politics

News Muse

Conversations on the latest headlines.

Georgia Works

Jobs for Georgians

GPB Sports Blog

Cheer, shoot, score, win!

Residential Meets Retail: How To Remix An Atlanta Suburb

John’s Creek is an affluent suburb in northeast Atlanta. It's fairly small -- only about 80,000 people live there -- but it has big dreams. The city wants to transform some of its 728-acre office park into a town center with homes, shops and offices....

Summer Bridge: Keeping Students Engaged Over the Summer Break

Summer is a great time to keep kids actively learning by having them participate in fun, educational activities. Check out this awesome list of educational websites for families by the Georgia Department of Education. I have also provided some great...

Becoming a Seamless Technology Integrator

Seamless. Transparent. Purposeful. Three words that should come to mind when we think about incorporating technology in the 21st century classroom. Today’s teachers have the latest and greatest educational technology tools right at their fingertips....

Dominating The Diamond

I want to send out a big congratulations to Parkview High School baseball coach Chan Brown and his 2015 state champion team. There have been many many exceptional teams in Panther baseball diamond history and this year’s team did not disappoint. In fact, they...

Supporting Grieving Children, An Idea Whose Time Has Come

One of my favorite things about Atlanta is its philanthropic might. It seems that every Atlantan I know involves themselves in giving time and treasure to help people, animals, the environment, historical preservation - you name it. Georgia is one of the most...

Top 5 EdTech Tips: NearPod

Teachers can create multimedia presentations that are INTERACTIVE and provide feedback to teachers based on student results. Here are 5 ways NearPod can benefit you in your classroom:1. Create Engaging Classes:Teachers can upload videos, images, audio clips,...

Defending Champs Practice To Repeat

There is an old saying that there are only two seasons in Georgia: football season and 'spring football season'. Spring drills have wrapped up and this week, the GPB Sports team traveled south to visit the defending Class 6A state champion Packers of...

How Families Can Help Curb Summer Brain Drain!

Summer brain drain exists. Research shows that children and young adults can lose up to two months of math and reading skills over their summer break. For students in poverty, the numbers are even more staggering. So, how can we combat this loss of...

I'm Black. I'm White. I'm Both. I'm Neither.

MESSAGE TO THE READER: This blog post contains strong language. I'm black. My grandfather is William Grant Still, the "Dean of African-American composers." His skin was the color of maple syrup. Mine is the color of café au lait. My grandfather suffered...

Something Seriously Silly for the Whole Family

Bunnies and elephants and pigeons, oh my!  The High Museum of Art has something seriously silly coming to Atlanta starting May 23 through January 2016. They will be highlighting the work of Mo Willems in an exhibit called Seriously Silly: The art &...

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