Allen Padgett from the Department of Natural Resources leads a group of students into a cave in Cloudland Canyon in the Appalachian Plateau of northwest Georgia. Along the way he describes how caves and valleys in north Georgia were formed by the forces of nature lifting up massive rocks to create mountains with pockets underneath.
Take a virtual tour of Georgia's Capitol building, located in Atlanta, Georgia.
The Georgia Stories series consists of streaming videos, educator resources, and primary source materials that support the teaching of Georgia Studies.
GPB’s Georgia Studies digital collection brings an innovative, interactive experience to telling the story of Georgia’s history, culture, and geography. The collection includes student and teacher editions of the Georgia...
The Georgia Studies digital textbook is a free resource aligned to the Georgia standards for 8th grade social studies. It contains 10 units of study along with support materials.
Explore Georgia's rich history and culture without leaving the classroom with this virtual field trip collection from GPB.
Georgia Under the Ground explains how Georgia's geography was shaped and molded by the forces of nature. Sweeping scenes show off the geographic variety of the state east to west and north to south and the presence of fossils aids in understanding the formation of the state.
Don Berryhill, science specialist with the Okefenokee Regional Education Service Agency, guides students in a canoe through the Okefenokee Swamp and points out many unique species in this specialized ecosystem. Bill Cribbs, a descendant of a farmer who came to the Okefenokee in the late 1800s, and park ranger Pete Griffin describe life in the swamp when people worked at the Hebard Lumber Company. Like any mysterious place, legends abound, Cribbs and Griffin have a few stories to tell.
These "Getting Ready" guides will help families understand what children entering K-3 have already learned and can expect to learn when they get back to school. The guides are available in English...
Building on a reputation as a trusted source for educational content, GPB Education is entering a new chapter with virtual and augmented reality. Students can be transported to places and...
This two-part, four-hour film, tells the story of an American icon whose life-long battle for first class citizenship for all African Americans transcended even his remarkable athletic achievements.
Lesson plans, activity suggestions, interactives and video clips based on Ken Burns’s documentaries are now available in a hub for free to 6-12th grade educators.
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.
Georgia teacher Lyssa Sahadevan explores what culture means and what makes a group of people special in this episode of Let's Learn GA!.
In this video lesson, you will need:
-something to draw with
In this episode of Let's Learn GA!, students will join Trinecia Ward, a Rockdale County teacher, to learn about the topographical features and geographic regions of Georgia.