Atlanta Science Festival (ASF), the city’s ultimate celebration of all things science and one of the largest of its kind in the country, returns March 9-23. All ages can experience more than 150 interactive and educational events.
The call for applications and nominations is now open for The Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST), the highest honors bestowed by the United States government specifically for science, technology, engineering, and/or mathematics teaching.
Looking for a bright idea to enrich your students' learning? Join GPB Education and Georgia EMC for a live television and streaming event on December 5th from 10-10:30 AM ET. Georgia Electricity Live Exploration will light up your students as we uncover the power of electricity!
Hey teachers! Want to learn how to harness the powers of observation and bring content to life? Join us in conversation with Dr. Megan Higgins and Cori Colbi to learn about the power of phenomenon-based instruction.
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.
There's a lot of buzz about our next live exploration! In collaboration with the University of Georgia, GPB Education will be live streaming from the State Botanical Garden of Georgia in Athens on May 9th at 10 AM ET. This half-hour show is aligned to Georgia science standards for students in grades 3-8.
Meet students where they are by implementing personal learning plans! Join us in conversation with Jeanine Bunn of Lamar County Schools to learn how tailoring instruction to individual students can make a difference in your classroom.
Get students interested in science by bringing the subject from the page to real life! Join us in conversation with third grade teacher Amy Brown to learn how hands-on, inquiry-based 3D science instruction can improve students understanding of the natural world.
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.
The 2022 edition of the Atlanta Science Festival gives kids and adults alike the opportunity to dive into a range of topics from environmental science, earth and space, and animals to science and the arts, science and society, and health and the human body. Nature walks, creature encounters, hands-on experiments, science-themed performances, and much more pack the two-week event calendar.
"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.