NPR's Student Podcast Challenge is back for a fifth year! From January 6 through April 28, middle and high school students will have the chance to submit a podcast on any topic, with a maximum length of eight minutes.
It’s been 3 years since the NPR Politics Podcast last hosted a taping in Georgia, and this Thursday, October 20, the show is coming back just in time for another election to discuss the latest on the local and national midterm races, the big political news and issues in Georgia.
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.
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.
Georgia's 2022 Teacher of the Year, Cherie Bonder Goldman, joins us to talk about her experience as TOTY and share some instructional strategies she's gained as an ESOL teacher at Hesse K-8 School in Savannah-Chatham County Public School System.
DeKalb County Pre-K and Kindergarten duo, Barry Murphy and Cynthia Hardegree, talk about how they prepare their PreK students for kindergarten and how they think about the big transition into elementary school.
Fourth grade teacher Jessica Frazer joins us to talk about her experience in a STEAM certified school at West Jackson Elementary School in Jackson County.
Liberty County middle school teacher Darius Peterson joins us to talk about teaching in a military community and strategies for making connections through history.
Dr. Rebecca Harper, Associate Professor of Literacy at Augusta University, and Leigh Willmann, high school teacher in Cherokee County, bring practical examples of how to infuse writing throughout the middle and high school day.
Bibb County teacher LaTanya Singleton Clark shares some strategies for how she makes connections with her students to help them learn, thrive, and succeed in school and beyond.
Hall County teachers Jessica Mobley and Kerri Thomas join the podcast to talk about how they create a positive climate in their elementary classroom.
As Georgia educators expand the world for their students, class after class, we think they need a place to share…and learn. We are excited to introduce Classroom Conversations, a new podcast series presented by the Georgia Department of Education and GPB Education.
SPEAKEASY WITH DENENE debuts October 24 as part of Georgia Public Broadcasting’s incredible line-up of podcasts.
Weekly show about the history missing from conversations around current events, hosted by Rund Abdelfatah & Ramtin Arablouei, debuts February 7.
Contest for teachers and students grades 5-12 opens January 1, 2019.
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