In celebration of Poetry Month, meet with “America’s Favorite Rapping Teacher” Dwayne Reed to hear all about Simon B. Rhymin’. Inspired by the children he teaches and his hometown of Chicago, Dwayne has a passion for education and music. Using the power of rap and rhyme, Dwayne shows us that even the underdog can make a difference.
This event is produced by Call to Mind, American Public Media’s initiative to foster new conversations about mental health, and will be recorded for national broadcast distribution. Call to Mind may contact registrants about this event and future content.
The Georgia Science and Engineering Fair (GSEF) recognizes Georgia’s students for their original research and problem solving skills. Awards will be announced here live on April 15, 2021 at 4:30 p.m. For more information about GSEF, click here.
In this session, families will use science inquiry to extend the concepts discovered in the Elinor Wonders Why series. Children will develop their observation and investigation skills by sorting a variety of human-made and household objects by their properties using the PBS KIDS app Elinor Wonders Why app!
Explore Georgia's freshwater systems and learn how they supply clean water to residents and businesses across the state in Georgia's Water Live Exploration! Tune in live on Thursday, May 6, 2021, at 10 AM ET on gpb.org/water or on your local Georgia Public Broadcasting TV channel.
In this live virtual field trip, students will learn about the water cycle, witness how water is treated, hear from a variety of water professionals, and discover ways we can help protect our freshwater systems. This event includes live interactive elements, such as polls and experts who are available to answer students' questions. Use #GAWaterLive to participate in the conversation.
Georgia's Water Live Exploration is aligned to Georgia standards and targets an audience in 3rd-8th grades. The program will be available on demand after May 6th with supplemental classroom resources for grades K-12. The exploration will be live streamed on gpb.org/water and will be televised on Georgia Public Broadcasting.