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.
This virtual collection invites students into an engaging exploration of the Civil Rights Movement.
Instructional strategies and resources for teaching Georgia Studies are now just a click away. GPB Education is excited to announce the launch of the web version of the Georgia Studies digital textbook teacher edition!
With Georgia’s STEM Day right around the corner on May 6, I thought it only fitting that we celebrate the “M” in STEM. Here are fifteen pedagogical tools that are sure to assist you with instructing our future mathematicians!
Lights, camera, action! Since media exposure is essential to the success of a politician’s campaign, today’s presidential hopefuls know this phrase all too well.
Classkick is an app that saves time and assists multiple students simultaneously. The free app is available on iPad and includes mentors, videos, and how-to-guides. Here are five facts about Classkick to get started.
Elves aren’t only good for reporting your students’ behavior to Santa during the holidays. They can also assist with learning useful tips to ensure that they ace the high stakes exams that are right around the corner.