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Tracey Wiley


@GPBEducation, @twileyGPB

As an education outreach specialist, Tracey provides support and training to educators on GPB’s digital resources, including the Georgia Studies digital textbook. Tracey has been involved in education since 1986 where she first served as an interpreter at Discovery Place and Nature Museum in Charlotte, North Carolina. She went on to teach as an environmental educator for the North Carolina parks service and later as an elementary school teacher in Otavalo, Ecuador. Since then, Tracey has worked as an instructor and consultant at various educational organizations throughout metro Atlanta including Georgia Perimeter College, the Dunwoody Nature Center, the Georgia Aquarium, and Zoo Atlanta. Tracey is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a bachelor’s degree in biology and concentration in photojournalism. She received her master’s degree in policy from the University of Delaware.

Recent Blog Posts

Education Matters
Education Matters
Education Matters

5+ Ways To Inspire Your Students With A Free Virtual Field Trip

Regardless of geographic home base, time constraints, or budget, every teacher and student has the imagination to explore an unknown place in space or time.  Virtual field trips enable entire...

January 26, 2017 - 4:30pm
Education Matters

8 Great Features Of Our Free Georgia Studies Digital Textbook

Our new Georgia Studies digital textbook will invite you to interact with it. Keep an eye out for icons that will lead you to embedded digital resources, and for prompts to TAP and SWIPE so that you...

September 8, 2016 - 9:00am