"Make That Paper: Careers in Forestry" is an online game designed to help high school students learn about the forestry industry and career employability skills.
How teaching middle schoolers how to play the recorder helped them develop a love for music and space.
50 exciting no-cost ways to help teachers, K-12 students, and families observe this important milestone from the comfort of their homes
Enjoy fun science events for the whole family March 6-21, 2020.
Competition provides young innovators with an unparalleled experience and the opportunity to showcase STEM ingenuity and real-world problem solving
Regeneron Science Talent Search awards each student and school $2,000 for exemplary work in science and math.
To help your child better understand the weather and help them cope with weather challenges, we’ve gathered resources, activities, games, and more for you and your family to explore.
Experience polar bears on the tundra on November 13 and November 14.
Science teacher Lona Hall dispels the myth that teachers do nothing during the summer by sharing her experience with NOAA’s Teacher at Sea program.
Broadcom Foundation and Society for Science & the Public announced the Top 300 competitors in the nation.
Dive into these fin-tastic shark lessons and activities to celebrate this year's Shark Week.
More than 8 in 10 teachers support teaching kids about climate change, but fewer than half talk about it with their students.
On Friday, May 3rd, thousands of educators and students across the state will celebrate Georgia STEM Day.
Zoe Weiss, a senior at Lakeside High School, is the first Georgia student to be named a top 40 finalist in the Regeneron Science Talent Search since 2014.
Two-week science celebration includes more than 100 events March 9-23, 2019.
High school science teachers will fly on SOFIA as part of a NASA professional development opportunity designed to improve science teaching and learning and increase student engagement in STEM.
A companion piece for GPB’s original new series, Your Fantastic Mind, this teacher toolkit includes activities, videos, and interactives that showcase the inner workings of the human brain.
From designing safer football helmets to attending a live virtual field trip, these resources will score big with your students!
Asmi Kumar, a 14-year-old student from Milton, GA, developed a prototype that aims to predict autistic meltdowns.
Hear from Atlanta Symphony Orchestra musicians and explore the science of sound with this interactive live virtual field trip.