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Join host Vanessa Hill as she talks psychology, neuroscience, and why we act the way we do. Look closely at case-studies from some of the greatest medical breakthroughs in the world of mental health...
A video series for middle and high school that teaches chemistry concepts with labs and experiments.
Crash Course offers it all in quick-paced, imaginative videos aimed at learners of all ages. Explore the amazing collection here, with new resources and courses added constantly to broaden the...
See the unseen at the very edge of our visible world. Get a new perspective on our place in the universe and meet extraordinary new friends. Explore big scientific mysteries by going incredibly small...
The goal of Design Squad Nation is to give students a stronger understanding of the design process, and the connection between engineering and the things we all use in everyday life. The results of...
Dinosaur Train sparks children's interest in life science and natural history. As they explore a variety of animals, children develop the inquiry skills and knowledge needed to help them think,...
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Engineering for Good is a three-week, project-based learning unit for middle school science classrooms focused on developing solutions for negative impacts of plastics on the environment.
Explore Engineering Is… , a collection of media resources that focus on the intersection of engineering and science. 
Learning does not take place only in the classroom. Children learn by observing animal friends in the backyard, discovering new ways to get moving, picking out shapes in a walk around the...
Learn how Georgia industries and companies are using science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Series includes video segments and support materials. 
Go on an interactive journey through the working forests of Georgia to learn about forest ecosystems, food webs, and life cycles, as well as forestry management processes, and career opportunities.
In this collection, you’ll find original short-form videos and DIY experiments from Gross Science. Learn about amphibians that eat their mother’s skin, strange uses for bacon, how poop...
It's Okay to be Smart is a show about science, but not the way you're used to it! Join host Joe Hanson as he explores the eccentricities of the scientific world. From physics and astronomy,...
GPB’s live explorations bring exciting locations to life via live streaming, stunning footage, field experts, live interactions, and supplemental resources. 
Inspiring STEM Educators: The NASA Physics and Engineering Collection is designed to bring real-world applications of physics and engineering concepts into high school classrooms. The videos and...
The NOVA collection on PBS LearningMedia contains over 900 resources from NOVA’s broadcast and digital productions that educators can use in their lessons to spark and enrich student knowledge...
Explore top STEAM selections from the PBS Digital Studios library. This content is edgy and engaging, educational and thought-provoking — designed to grab your students’ attention.
PBS LearningMedia™ is free for Georgia teachers and offers digital content for ALL grades and subjects. 
Join astrophysicist Matt O’Dowd on a journey through the deepest, darkest, coolest corners of the universe. Math, physics, and astronomy can’t get much bigger than this. On the acclaimed...
Discover the immersive, perplexing, and hands-on side of physical science with Dianna Cowern, host of Physics Girl. In this series from PBS Digital Studios, Dianna shows us how the physical world...
A digital series for high school and middle school physics with engaging demonstrations, three-dimensional tasks, and real-world applications.
Aimed at PreK-3 students, this collection covers topics in Earth science and astronomy. Additional themes like space technology and physical science are also addressed in this collection. ...
Each half-hour episode highlights the processes of science and engineering, following a different group of middle school girls who design, with the help of scientist mentors, their own inquiry-based...
The resources found in this collection help you explore each of the Sid concept cycles with activity ideas, video clips, and online games. Help your students think, talk, and work like scientists do...
This collection of videos from Songs for Unusual Creatures features some of Earth's strangest animals — including Giant Anteaters, Sea Pigs, Glass Frogs, Jesus Christ Lizards, Elephant...
STEM ALIVE is a series of educator training videos focused on STEM topics. Based on the teacher-tested, learner-centered RAFT Idea Sheets, each video invites educators to explore a new STEM-based...
What does a bicycle have in common with an airplane? What keeps hot air balloons aloft? How do satellites in orbit stay put? Launch into science, technology, engineering, and math with the National...
This science resource collection for kids in K-2 from The Ruff Ruffman Show features teacher's guides, YouTube-inspired videos, digital games, and student activities in English and Spanish...
Ever wonder how a giant ship can float or how buildings are demolished in the middle of a city? We do too! Our series, Things Explained, tackles all kinds of questions with short, easy-to-understand...
In this collection, you’ll find original short-form videos from What the Physics?!, a YouTube series hosted and produced by Dr. Greg Kestin. Each episode addresses a surprising or interesting...
Each adventure explores an age-appropriate science concept central to an animal's life and showcases a rarely seen wildlife moment, all wrapped up in engaging stories of adventure, mystery,...