Anatomy teacher Jessica Young and three of her students designed, prototyped, and 3D printed a prosthetic hand for an eight-year-old student who was born without her left hand.
Can you think outside the box? Join curator Sarah Green as she interviews some of today's most inspiring artists and offers a historical exploration behind their methods and techniques. Whether it’s transforming materials to help people look at the changing environment with new eyes, or taking classic artistic trends and adding a modern twist, The Art Assignment shows that true art can come in many shapes and sizes.
GPB encourages kids to participate in these fun and engaging STEAM challenges at home or in the classroom! A new challenge is featured every week during the month of September.
How teaching middle schoolers how to play the recorder helped them develop a love for music and space.
Dad's Garage is empowering teachers and schools to include improv as a part of their in-class curriculum to help teach students life skills.
On May 9th, see ideas transform into inventions during a live exploration of the largest student-run makerspace in the world!
From designing safer football helmets to attending a live virtual field trip, these resources will score big with your students!
Join more than 100 million students worldwide for an Hour of Code.
The Georgia Department of Education is launching the Partnership for Rural Growth, an initiative to expand the resources available to public school districts in rural Georgia.
Take your students on an interactive journey through the working forests of Georgia with GPB's latest virtual field trip.
Join us for free professional development to ignite your classroom through Computational Thinking!
May 4 is Georgia STEM Day. Explore exciting ways you can incorporate STEM activities into your classroom!
Whether you are complaining about your pairing or rejoicing for being matched with a beautiful portrait, Google's Face Match app has taken over social media.
EdQuest Georgia highlights seven core policy areas common across high-performing states and countries.
Use this toolkit to teach students the science behind demolitions and how you and your class can watch the Dome’s implosion live.
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