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EdTech Tip: 10 Classroom Apps For Teachers and Students

Students of the 21st century require more than a textbook and a piece of paper. They need hands-on, meaningful instruction that challenges them to think critically. Incorporating digital resources is one way teachers are meeting these students. As a teacher,...

Party Over Here, Party Over There!

In our latest episode of On the Campaign Trail with Bill Nigut, we talk parties. Not the ones with streamers, food, and music but the political ones that play significant roles in our government.Episode 6 of On the Campaign Trail, “Party Over Here,...

Now, All The Action AFTER Signing Day Starts

It’s that time of year… And by “that time” I mean football season… It’s an animal that never changes and only gets more intense… National Signing Day is officially behind us which means that optimism strikes eternally on the college level and high...

Girls Who Code Summer Camp

According to the National Center for Women & Information Technology, women earn 57% of all undergraduate degrees, but only 18% of those degrees are in computer and information science. What can we do to fix it? One simple solution is to provide...

An Interview With Mercy Street Extras Casting Director Chad Darnell Part 2

Last week, we introduced you to Mercy Street casting director Chad Darnell, who helped cast dozens of extras for the show. He explained his background in film and television as well as the criteria he looked for while casting extras. This time, he discusses...

One on One: Colquitt County's 30-0 Rush Propst talks "next" season

National Signing Day is over and the reigning AAAAAA Champions, the Colquitt County Packers, had 25 players sign letters of intent on National Signing Day. I had a chance to go one-on-one with Head Football Coach Rush Propst about the biggest class he's been...

Live Chat Downton Abbey Season 6 Episode 6 At 9pm

Last week’s episode of Downton Abbey required some friends to live chat with given the amount of blood spilled during the dinner table scene. Spoiler alert: I’m revealing plot points so if you haven’t watched the episode, it’s...

Georgia's Most Romantic Places: Win A Trip By Watching The Show

What is your idea of a perfect Valentine’s Day destination? A lake with a view of the sunset? A classic victorian maison? To see these and other romantic spots in the the state of Georgia, tune into GPB on Thursday, February 11 at 8 p.m. for our special...

GPB Sports National Signing Day 2016 Recap: Around The Country

Scouts from around the country flock to Georgia since it's a top-5 state for recruiting... There are student-athletes from one end of the country playing in some places you wouldn't normally expect... 2016's National Signing Day is no different......

GPB Sports National Signing Day 2016 Recap: Georgia Tech

What would Paul Johnson do after a long year on the Flats...??? Georgia Tech has a specific skill set for its athletes and the recruiting is only a part of the equation... It's a special student-athlete that goes there and a special student-athlete that...

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