Start the semester a step ahead with countless resources from GPB Education! The 2023-2024 school year is fast approaching, and no matter what grade level you’re teaching, we’ve got the resources to set you up for success.
Welcome back to school, teachers! As you gear up for a brand new year, we're sharing brand new resources that you can use in your classroom. Whether you're a first-year teacher or a veteran educator, there's something new and exciting for everyone to explore. And the best part is that everything on this list is free!
Southeast Bulloch Middle School teacher, Brandon Poole, joins us to talk about setting classroom expectations at the start of the year and strategies for helping those expectations to stick around all year long.
School is back in session! And while school may not look the same this year, GPB Education is here to support you, whether your students are learning at home, in the classroom, or a mix of both.
GPB Education and the Georgia Department of Education have collaborated to offer "Getting Ready" guides for kids going into K-3. These guides will help families understand what children have already learned and can expect to learn when they get back to school.
Gear up for a great year with fresh ideas, resources, and activities for the classroom!
Back to school tips, tricks, and strategies you can use to create the classroom environment you want for your students.
Summer break is almost over, and preparing to return to school can be an exciting yet anxious time for children.
High-quality content helps kids, parents, and teachers boost school readiness skills.
The first day of school is quickly approaching for many of our Georgia school districts, and in an effort to help teachers and students overcome their first day jitters, we have added even more activities to our popular icebreaker blog!
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