The Georgia Governor’s Mansion, a three-floor, 30-room, Greek Revival style home built in 1967, stands on approximately 18 acres in northeast Atlanta and is now home to Governor Brian Kemp and his family. It was designed by Georgia architect A. Thomas Bradbury and officially opened on January 1, 1968. This interactive, 3D virtual tour will allow you to explore the rooms in the mansion and learn about the historic collection of artifacts. To learn more about an artifact, simply click or touch the hotspots located throughout the tour. For more information about the Georgia Governor’s Mansion, go to https://gov.georgia.gov/governors-mansion.
How do engineers get their Mars rovers to go all the way into space and remotely conduct tasks? In this STEMonstration, we'll continue to investigate gravity, friction, and the physics behind launched objects, but make it a whole lot more challenging! Using simple materials, GPB educators will build and test a way to move a small ball down a zip-line string in less than four seconds AND release that ball onto a target.
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.
Georgia Under the Ground explains how Georgia's geography was shaped and molded by the forces of nature. Sweeping scenes show off the geographic variety of the state east to west and north to south and the presence of fossils aids in understanding the formation of the state.