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 Studies digital textbook, over thirty virtual field trips, Georgia Race Through Time adventure game, and Georgia Stories video series.
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.
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 and Spanish.
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 environments to make more authentic connections to the content and learning objectives.
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.
Lights, Camera, Budget! is an online game designed to help middle and high school students learn, study, and review financial literacy topics while also practicing their budgeting skills.
Take your students on rich and immersive learning experiences without ever leaving the walls of your classroom. GPB’s Live Explorations are fun, educational, and free - no permission slips required!
Engage with important themes from the Civil War era with consequences for some of the most pressing debates of today. Resources include content from the new PBS drama Mercy Street, along with our webseries Time Capsule from the producers of PBS Digital Studios's The Good Stuff.
Informational text and Alaska Native culture form the basis of the groundbreaking MOLLY OF DENALI series and its educational resources.
Take a fascinating look at Native American art, history, and culture as told through the historians, artists, students, and scientists in this featured resource collection.
In Georgia, unlike most states with large cities, the county is still the center of political and cultural life for a majority of the state's citizens.
Designed for elementary and middle school students, Odyssey Online allows self-directed exploration of works of art in the Emory University Michael C. Carlos' museum collections and the cultures that produced them.
Odyssey Online South Asia provides students a way to explore the works of art in the collections in depth and gain an understanding of the ways in which similar objects function in religious settings both in India and in Atlanta.