America’s Got Talent: All-Stars runner-up, Avery Dixon, shares his journey of managing his depression and dealing with bullies, finding the right trusted adult, resilience, and using his musical talent to heal himself and provide hope to others.
In this Spanish-speaking episode, Katya Echazarreta, the first Mexican-born and youngest female astronaut, shows the importance of gender equality, inclusion, and having a trusted adult as she manages her own mental health challenges in her incredible journey to space and beyond.
The Green Tree Frog: How a Bill Becomes a Law is an animated short film inspired by the true story of how a Georgia fourth grade class proposed the green...
$martPath is an engaging, interactive and easy-to-use way for elementary and middle school teachers to embed relevant and fun economic and financial education in their classrooms, to boost students' financial...
Kevin creates his dream music video, but does he understand how much everything costs?
Timmy and Tammy add up all the benefits and costs of bowling with their friends.
Megan and Scarcity Cat must help the rats narrow down their options to just one thing to eat.
Navigate through some of Georgia's most unique museums, historical buildings, and more with our 3D virtual walking tours. Each tour offers a 360-degree view of the space and clickable hotspots...
Explore the rich history and the institution of the U.S. Presidency—from George Washington to Barack Obama.
In this video, parents will learn about the mathematics concepts and skills that their student will learn in 6th grade.
In this video, parents will learn about the mathematics concepts and skills that their student will learn in 7th grade.
In this video, parents will learn about the mathematics concepts and skills that their student will learn in 8th grade.
Can you answer the question, "What is Color?" Join GPB Education and Physics Girl on a STEMonstration into how we perceive light waves and build your own STEM Alive spectroscope out of common household items so that everything you see is coming up rainbows! Activity instructions and materials list available here: bit.ly/3vKIAf1
This unit provides a differentiated novel study of Madeline L’Engle’s A Wrinkle in Time and focuses on informational writing and theme analysis. During the unit, students develop their reading comprehension skills, use higher-order thinking skills to discuss the book with their peers and teachers, and use technology – including Nearpod, Padlet, and PicCollage – to analyze a setting’s relationship with the theme. At the end of the unit, students integrate what they have learned in order to write their own analysis of the text in the form of a newspaper article, pamphlet or a recorded or live news report with a written transcript. In this document, you will find a suggested reading schedule, a unit calendar, and links to the apps you need to implement these activities.
Join GPB’s education outreach team for a primer on incorporating our Active Learning resources into the virtual environment. We will choose four complex active learning approaches and highlight how to utilize them around any theme - in this case, the 3Rs!