Inside Science TV (ISTV) produces short-form news videos about cutting-edge research and development in science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) and related fields. Inside Science TV shows you what’s new, what’s really happening in STEM research and how it connects to your life and the world around us.
It's Okay to Be Smart is a show about science, but not the way you're used to it! Join host Joe Hanson as he explores the eccentricities of the scientific world.
Meet the Zoo Atlanta crew, become a zoo detective, and discover some weird animal facts with this WILD video collection!
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!
These videos take the traditional concepts taught in middle and high school science, engineering, and math classes and put them in a context completely outside the classroom. From from the physics of skydiving to the biochemistry of farts, you won’t find a single equation in these videos - instead, they feature the gamut of hosts and personalities who will take you into labs, rivers, and the sky!
Inspiring STEM Educators: The NASA Physics and Engineering Collection is designed to bring real-world applications of physics and engineering concepts into high school classrooms. The videos and interactive presentations that make up the collection are drawn from NASA's vast collection of media resources.
The NOVA collection on PBS LearningMedia contains over 900 resources from NOVA’s broadcast and digital productions that educators can use in their lessons to spark and enrich student knowledge of STEM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics). NOVA’s resources are primarily designed for use in middle and high school STEM classrooms.
Explore top STEAM selections from the PBS Digital Studios library. This content is edgy and engaging, educational and thought-provoking — designed to grab your students’ attention.
FREE online portal of GA standards-aligned, digital content for all subjects and grades.
Join astrophysicist Matt O’Dowd on a journey through the deepest, darkest, coolest corners of the universe. Math, physics, and astronomy can’t get much bigger than this. On the acclaimed PBS Digital Studios series Space Time, Matt explores the outer reaches of space, the craziness of astrophysics, the possibilities of sci-fi, and anything else you can think of beyond Planet Earth.
Physics Fundamentals is a series teaching high school physics.
Discover the immersive, perplexing, and hands-on side of physical science with Dianna Cowern, host of Physics Girl. In this series from PBS Digital Studios, Dianna shows us how the physical world works by using everyday experiments and questions to demonstrate basic (and sometimes, dangerously complex) scientific ideas.
Welcome to Physics in Motion – a new digital series for high school physics from Georgia Public Broadcasting!
Join Jet Propulsion and his Earthling friends Sean and Sydney as they explore the vast reaches of the solar system!
Aimed at PreK-3 students, this collection covers topics in Earth science and astronomy. Additional themes like space technology and physical science are also addressed in this collection.
Targeted to students in kindergarten to second grade, this science resource collection from The Ruff Ruffman Show features teacher's guides, YouTube-inspired videos, digital games, and student activities in English and Spanish starring canine host extraordinaire, Ruff Ruffman.