Join GPB Education on a STEM journey into and out of this world with our triple threat PBS partners NASA, NOVA, and Nature. Utilizing resources from these three digital educational series, participants will explore how to connect their students to compelling, real-world STEAM stories through free videos, interactive tools, and lesson planning resources. The NOVA, Nature, and NASA collections on PBS LearningMedia contain more than 1500 resources that educators can use to spark and enrich student knowledge through STEM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics) education.
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Watch video lessons from Georgia's teachers who are using innovative strategies to advance student achievement. The Innovation in Teaching Competition has recognized 36 educators from across Georgia since 2013.
GPB presents a brief introduction to the Georgia Studies digital textbook, accessible for all platforms and devices. The content in the textbook is presented digitally with interactive capabilities and multimedia enhancements and is aligned to the most recent Georgia Standards of Excellence for 8th grade social studies. Participants will learn how to access and use this creative, cutting-edge platform that will change the way students and teachers experience Georgia history.
Content experts at the Georgia Department of Education have developed learning plans for teachers and parents. The plans are easy-to-use and include both “plugged and unplugged” activities.
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 special PBIS video, teachers learn about using effective attention signals in the classroom.
In this episode of Let’s Learn GA!, hear how 4th grade teacher, Ms. Amaris Smith, at Southfield Elementary in Bibb County engages her students utilizing brain breaks. By using this strategy the school saw a 45% increase in virtual student engagement.”
In this special PBIS episode of Let's Learn GA!, learn strategies that positively reinforce and celebrate students in the classroom.
In this episode of Let’s Learn GA!, Georgia Teacher Kay Brumbelow discusses how to establish and teach classroom expectations.
In this special PBIS video, teachers can learn how to use exit slips in their classroom to gauge student understanding at the end of a lesson.
In this LLG Instructional Support video, teachers will learn how to effectively engage students in statistics and the process of solving problems.
In this LLG Instructional Support video, teachers will learn how to utilize statistical models to engage students.
Strategic play, also known as playful learning, is a powerful tool to use in the elementary classroom to help students connect and engage with their surroundings. In this episode of Let's Learn GA!, educators at Lovin Elementary School in Gwinnett County discuss how strategic play can be used in Kindergarten.