Let's Learn GA! is series of video lessons for grades K-12 taught by Georgia teachers. The videos in this collection are aligned to the Georgia Standards of Excellence for computer science. Let's Learn GA! is a collaboration between GPB and the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) to support both in-person and remote learning plans. Check back for more computer science lessons coming soon.
Virtual specialist, Batavia Sumlin, breaks down the early phases of software development in this episode of Let's Learn GA.
Join the Georgia Department of Education's computer science program specialist, Lavita Williams, as she explains the role input and output take when computers are used to solve equations.
In this episode of Let's Learn GA!, educator Lavita Williams gives an introduction lesson on how to use HTML coding. Concepts include how to begin a new paragraph, change heading sizes, and creating a website.
In this episode of Let's Learn GA!, Georgia teacher Steve Epperson gives an insightful lesson on the basics of coding using different platform examples, to give students a better understanding of computer science as a whole.
Computer science teacher Tiffany N. Jones leads students through a lesson on creating music with user friendly coding software.
Steve Epperson, a teacher at Woodstock High School, offers students an introduction to object oriented programming and Java. Mr. Epperson provides examples of each and how they appear online.
Computer science teacher Bryan Cox leads students through a lesson on object oriented programming, a contemporary type of computer programming.
In this segment of Let's Learn GA!, CEO Betia Bentley relates human concepts to the foundations of artificial intelligence.
What do HBCU marching bands and computer science have in common? Algorithms! In this episode of Let's Learn GA!, Coach Victor Hicks explores how HBCU marching bands use algorithms to determine a musician's movement on a football field, and how those movements are similar to computer codes.
Explore examples of physical computing and how it enhances a student's understanding of coding and computer science.
Students discover how solvents dissolve ionic and covalent solutes and learn how to measure solution concentration by mass percent, molarity, and molality. This unit also covers colligative properties.
It’s true that Georgia is about 2,000 miles from Hollywood, but the film and television industries are actually much closer. In fact, they're right here in Georgia. We talk with the people at Meddin Studios in Savannah to learn why film and television are responsible for Georgia’s fastest-growing job markets. We also find out what kinds of jobs are available, how to get started, and why the folks at Meddin love what they do.
PBS LearningMedia provides a free digital resource library and suite of productivity tools, with lesson plans and self-directed modules that can be used for differentiation. After setting up a free account, learn how to locate and explore engaging STEAM content, organize it into folders, and integrate it into instruction via your teacher dashboard. Highlighted STEAM resources include thousands of teacher support materials built around excerpts from familiar PBS shows along with grab-and-go interactive lesson plans for immediate use.