Georgia Public Broadcasting's education division is proud to provide FREE digital media & content for GA's educators & students.
Classroom Conversations podcast is the place for teachers to share and learn. Presented by the Georgia Department of Education and Georgia Public Broadcasting, each episode features Georgia educators who are teaching and reaching students in innovative and impactful ways. Season 2 available now!
Welcome to Gasha Go World! The collection of games and videos is designed to introduce young learners to computational thinking, digital citizenship, innovative design, and creative communication.
Do you have what it takes to succeed in business? Are you ready to put your brilliant ideas and management skills to the test? Welcome to Start It Up, where...
Explore Georgia's rich history and culture without leaving the classroom with this virtual field trip collection from GPB.
Explore our state's rich history and culture without leaving the classroom! The Georgia Studies collection includes a full online course, over thirty virtual field trips, Georgia Race Through Time adventure game, and more!
GPB proudly announces the launch of GASHA GO! World, an innovative and free app- and web-based collection of games and videos designed to introduce young learners to computational thinking, digital citizenship, innovative design, and creative communication.
National Blue Ribbon Schools serve as models of effective and innovative school practices for state and district educators and other schools throughout the nation. A National Blue Ribbon School flag gracing a school’s entryway or on a flagpole is a widely recognized symbol of exemplary teaching and learning.
Free teacher resources help students explore a healthy recipe during October Farm to School Month. Farm to School Month encourages students to try new foods and get excited about fruits and vegetables.
Help the gashlings keep the GASHA Go! World arcade running smoothly by using your thinking and problem-solving skills! The games are designed for children ages 4-8 and are aligned to Georgia Standards of Excellence for mathematics and computer science.