In this episode of Let's Learn GA!, Georgia teacher Mirella Sinclair leads students through a lesson on organizing, representing, and interpreting data.
In this episode of Let's Learn GA! Mathematics, Linda Jackson discusses how ethics should be considered when evaluating data.
The goal of Design Squad Nation is to give students a stronger understanding of the design process, and the connection between engineering and the things we all use in everyday...
In this episode of Let's Learn GA!, Georgia teacher Dyanna Motes helps students answer challenging word problems about elapsed time.
Follow along with Georgia teacher Dyanna Motes, in Part 2 of Let's Learn GA!'s series on elapsed time.
Engineering for Good is a three-week, project-based learning unit for middle school science classrooms focused on developing solutions for negative impacts of plastics on the environment.
Explore Engineering Is… , a collection of media resources that focus on the intersection of engineering and science.
A visit to the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta proves to us, and hopefully to our audience, that a simple interest in math and technology can lead to a wide variety of career opportunities. Although we take a fun and loose approach to learning about the Federal Reserve, our Teachable Moments are truly insightful. They include a description of what this institution is and does and a discussion of the gold standard and exactly what gives money its value.
Georgia teacher Allison Townsend helps students learn all about fractions in this episode of Let's Learn GA!.
Ms. Kelly wants to bake cookies for her class but needs to multiply her recipe to make enough cookies for every student. In this Let's Learn GA! lesson, Ms. Kelly shows students how they can multiply fractions and whole numbers.
Welcome to GASHA GO! World. The collection of games and videos is designed to introduce young learners to computational thinking, digital citizenship, innovative design, and creative communication.
Ms. Trammell shares ways caregivers can help rising first graders prepare for the upcoming school year over the summer.
First grade teacher, Ms. Trammell, covers a variety of ways caregivers and parents can help students get prepared for first grade. Concepts range from math, to nutrition, to ELA!
Karen Garland, a K-5 science teacher, shares what new concepts rising second graders can expect to learn and ways caregivers can help their children get ready for the new school year over the summer.
In this Getting Ready video, fifth grade teacher Ms. Balaun dives into how students learn. Curiosity and inquiry are two of the biggest motivators in getting students interested and invested in what they are learning.