Host Raiany Silva and watershed expert, Mike Kahle, explore a local stream in Cobb County. To understand how energy flows through an ecosystem, they conduct a visual survey and chemical test that students can do on their own or through organizations like Adopt-a-Stream.
Ecosystems come in all shapes and sizes, from massive mountain ranges to the creek in your own backyard. Learn about the key components to a healthy ecosystem in this segment of Let's Go Enviro.
Have you ever wondered how you can help care for the ecosystems around you? Jump in with Raiany and Mike to test the chemical levels of a Georgia freshwater stream, and learn about the organisms that call it their home.
Now it's time to determine our results! Do you think our freshwater ecosystem is clean and healthy or polluted? Follow Mike and Raiany's deductive reasoning in this episode of Let's Go Enviro.
Welcome to Physics in Motion – a new digital series for high school physics from Georgia Public Broadcasting!
We take our search for Georgia STEM careers to Carrollton with a visit to Southwire, the largest manufacturer of wire and cable in North America. Here we cover the types of careers available at Southwire. And we shine a (well-wired) spotlight on Southwire's Engineering Academy for high school students. Teachable Moments include descriptions of electricity and root cause analysis.
Utilizing engaging activities from PBS LearningMedia, participants will become familiar with collections from PBS hit shows that allow students to build their design and iteration skills while investigating and solving problems in engineering and aerospace. All of these resources are bookended with digitally integrated instructional strategies.