Maximize student learning through the power of instructional technology! Join us in conversation with Chelsea Leming and Kristen Brooks of Cherokee County Schools to learn more.
Looking to cultivate learning with a positive classroom climate? Join the conversation with Parrie Oates and Ashlie Smith to learn how the art of compliments can improve our education system, one student at a time.
Award-winning teaching tips revealed! Join us for our Season 3 Premiere with 2023 GA Teacher of the Year, Michael Kobito.
Want to to foster a love of learning in your classroom? Get tips from inquiry-based social studies teachers, Melissa Williamson and Jennifer Bell, in our Season 2 finale!
Happy Veterans Day! How does teacher military experience feed classroom community? Find out in our conversation with Josh Adee of Columbia County Alternative School.
Steven Charity (Fayette County Schools) and Ellen Greer (Bartow County Schools) join us to explain the power of positive praise in the classroom.
Catie Rogers and Yessica McNeeley of Forsyth County Schools talk with us about the educational benefits of Dual Language Immersion.
Precious Bayan, art teacher at Brookview Elementary School and Fulton County Teacher of the Year, talks to us about getting students excited about learning with arts integration.
Mary Nicoletti (Lambert High School), Scot Rucker (Rucker Dog Training), and Duck the Dog join us in a discussion about collaborating within our community to empower students in our classrooms.
Ashley Nelson and Cassie Robinson of Ruth Hill Elementary School discuss how Physical Education can transform a student's understanding of other subjects.
Jacory Bernard and Nefertiti Singleton of Fulton County Schools talk about their experience working together on instructional planning for Parklane Elementary School's mathematics instruction.
Katie Holliday joins us to share how she implements project-based learning in her Tybee Island classroom.
Liz Rains of Fulton County Schools gives advice on encouraging school-wide involvement in science education.
Dr. Zelda Kitt of The Hope Academy discusses the importance of empowering student voice in our classrooms.
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.