How teaching middle schoolers how to play the recorder helped them develop a love for music and space.
Ideas from an educator on what needs to change to support long-term distance learning.
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.
In a school of 1300 students—more than half of which the Department of Education categorizes as economically disadvantaged—teenagers became readers.
Teacher shares fun, easy, low cost, Farm to ECE, STEM, and nature-based activities in which you do not have to go outside.
How do we close the achievement gap that is so prevalent in classrooms across Georgia while supporting and welcoming the diversity of our learners?
The Southern Company invited us to join them at their “So Cool Zone” this year where we could learn about electricity: how it is generated, stored, moved, and used most efficiently in the real world.
By being explicit about what news is and why certain topics warrant coverage for certain audiences, we can better equip students for the barrage of information that they will encounter in their lives.
The McIntosh Multi-Rotor Team earned its second consecutive championship win and a $2,500 cash prize.
When students began coming to school early to work in the aeroponics and traditional gardens, we knew that our gardening experiment was a success.
How this makerspace on wheels proved to be a game changer for Worth County Middle School teachers and students
How pairing an experienced expanded-impact teacher with a new teacher positively affects instruction and student performance
It may not be possible to take my students to all of the places we learn about in Georgia physically, but I CAN take them there virtually.
My teaching philosophy is if I'm bored, then my students are bored, and I don't like to be bored. Blending technology with Interactive Notebooks has eliminated the boredom.
Forget the pencils and paper. In our Digital Writing Lab, students are using technology to create, not just consume.
Alternative Gardening is the future of agriculture and our students are prepared to take part, thanks to their participation in STEM education, in this next generation of farming.
Through exposure to technology and diverse STEM career options, students begin to think of themselves as problem solvers with unlimited possibilities for the future.
What happens when the premise of a reality television competition makes its way into Long County High School?
For Virtual Reality, seeing really is believing.
By teaching students about cooking and farm-to-table, we can whet their appetite for learning and lead them to make healthy, informed choices about what they eat for decades to come.