GPB’s Georgia Studies Collection is a comprehensive ecosystem of standards-based digital resources that includes an interactive textbook, 34 field trips through Georgia’s geography and history, and an engaging game-based learning experience. Join GPB for an update on the latest primary sources, assessments, printables, videos, and skill-building activities now available in this free virtual exploration of our state.
KQED Teach is a free, online professional learning community for educators to expand their media literacy skills by taking short courses. Participants will find courses, lesson plans, and activities for...
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 episode of Let’s Learn GA!, Georgia Teacher Kay Brumbelow discusses how to establish and teach classroom expectations.
In this episode of Let's Learn GA!, Hall County Media Specialist Dana Farr shares some virtual instruction tips and tricks for K-12 teachers.
Join GPB Education and guest teacher Dyanna Motes (Kemp ES, Cobb) for an introduction to movement-based approaches for teaching elementary math. Explore some of the free math movement videos and lesson plans available to all educators and students from PBS LearningMedia then hear how math in motion teaching and learning strategies have been successfully implemented in general and special education elementary classrooms!
Help early learners build healthy social and emotional habits with this special collection of resources all about kindness, empathy, and inclusion! These activities, videos, tips, and guides offer thoughtful ways...
Demonstrate your expertise in teaching PreK-12 students to think critically about their roles as media consumers and creators -- or in training teachers to do so.
PBS TeacherLine offers more than 80 facilitated courses which offer PLUs and graduate credits, and more than 40 self-paced courses, just right for anytime learning.
PEEP and the Big Wide World®, the animated Emmy Award–winning series that teaches science and math to an early childhood audience, offers professional development videos hosted by and tailored to...
Join GPB’s education outreach team for a creative take on social studies education in conjunction with National Poetry Month. We'll explore primary source sets from PBSLearningMedia along with instructional strategies in "found poetry" that will shift how students examine, analyze, and understand documents.
This video and accompanying research-based SEL curriculum provides a practical, empathetic, and scientific understanding of how trauma impacts behavior and learning, and how to manage it within any classroom setting.
Mass surveillance, thought crimes, book burnings, blood sport. How do the day-to-day realities of our great dystopian novels hold up against the rights and freedoms that we so often take for granted in American society? Join GPB Education on a harrowing exploration of the United States Bill of Rights in the context of frightfully relevant dystopian fiction. With dozens of associated online resources available to you at no cost and free from unjust censorship, your students will enthusiastically thank our Founding Fathers for the first ten amendments to the Constitution.
Join GPB Education as we explore the inspiring teaching tools surrounding The Great Thanksgiving Listen from StoryCorps, a national storytelling project that invites us all to share our unique voices and build connections within our communities in order to create a more just and compassionate world. Participants will discuss how our stories can help us build empathy and community, invite courageous conversations in our schools and classrooms, and inspire our students to share their own unique stories.
Building on a reputation as a trusted source for educational content, GPB Education has created a virtual learning journey to explore the complexities of slavery and freedom in antebellum Savannah through the lens of the Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters. Educators, parents, and students can learn about the connections between the institution of slavery and the global economy and discover what one city can teach us about society and culture before the Civil War. Key concepts are presented through interactive elements like primary source letters and images, navigable maps, videos, and a virtual walking tour. Session participants will be able to explore virtual content using Oculus Go headsets or their own devices. Presenters will model instructional strategies to elicit creative responses to the experience. Following this session, participants will better understand how to implement their own virtual reality explorations in the home and/or classroom.