How is music connected to our emotions? Listen to the sounds of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, and watch as interpretive dancers showcase various emotional responses to the performance. Then see how different types of music makes you feel!
What makes the fabulous Fox Theatre so fabulous? Great question! And that’s just what we ask the folks who work at the Fox. They answer by giving us an exclusive backstage tour, as well as an on-stage tour, and even an under-the-stage tour. And we tell the “theatrical” story as you’d expect—in three acts. By the way, it turns out that part of what makes the Fox so fabulous is their air-conditioning system and their LED lights, both of which we cover in our Teachable Moments.
Full-Time Kid is all about being arts, crafts, and experiments perfect for kids of all ages! From DIY science experiments to playground games, spunky eight-year-old Mya Reyes shares her tips...
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.
GPB Educator Mike Kuenlen teaches campers how they can create beautiful patterns and designs using the natural pigments from leaves and flowers. Adult supervision recommended.
GPB Education and Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) have partnered to launch Let's Learn GA! to support the instructional needs of students, teachers, and families.
In this Let's Learn GA! lesson, students will explore and experiment with music by using items found around the kitchen to create and perform rhythms.
Join Dana Munson in this episode of Let's Learn GA! as she breaks down her 4 simple steps to accurately illustrating human gestures. This lesson advises viewers on how to identify lines of motion and contour the outlines of their drawings.
In part one of a three-part series, students learn the basic techniques of how to draw an urban street scene using one-point linear perspective in this episode of Let's Learn GA! with teacher Freddy Sanchez.
In part two of a three-part series, students learn how to add details to an urban street scene using one-point linear perspective in this episode of Let's Learn GA! with teacher Freddy Sanchez.
In part three of a three-part series, students learn how to draw one-point linear perspective drawings without using a horizon line in this episode of Let's Learn GA! with teacher Freddy Sanchez.
Students learn theatrical techniques and vocabulary with Mrs. Pass and her puppets in this episode of Let's Learn GA!
Georgia teacher Brianne Turgeon shares how science and music are connected by discussing wavelength, amplitude, and frequency.
Explore the art of music with this episode of Let's Learn GA! Ms. Petty, an elementary music teacher, discusses synesthesia, a phenomena some people have where they can hear music, but see shapes or colors. She also shows how the sounds of music can be translated into paintings.
In this episode of Let's Learn GA!, Ms. Petty teaches students about pitch in music, what instruments create high and low pitches, and how pitch is different from volume.