GPB is taking care of business with our latest virtual field trip, Entrepreneurship in Georgia!
Explore how China’s magnificent Forbidden City has withstood centuries of earthquakes. Wednesday, October 18 at 9 PM
On Second Thought is a one-hour, daily news talk show that airs at 9 a.m. ET weekdays.
Sessions were packed with giveaways, new ideas, and recommendations for affordable ways of integrating these exciting new methods into the classroom.
Last weekend saw several top matchups, and this week, number nine of the regular season, is no exception...
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This “Odd-tober,” GPB and PBS Kids invite the entire family to celebrate Halloween all month long, with spooky new episodes of their favorite shows, new games and a wide array of activities.
Featuring strategies that are proven to mitigate the impact of traumatic experiences on young children.
Georgia Race Through Time, GPB’s new history adventure game, was recently selected as a 2017 Parents’ Choice Approved Award Winner by the Parents’ Choice Foundation.
For Farm to School Month, introduce students to growing and eating their own food with these free resources from Georgia Organics.
Unite the students in your classroom and throughout the school in a stand against drugs by celebrating Red Ribbon Week on October 23-31.
Integrate Hispanic Heritage Month into your lessons or home with this trove of educational videos, activities, and lesson plans.
After our article on getting started with inquiry approaches to learning, educators might benefit delving deeper into how to create environments of inquiry in their classrooms.
Norcross teachers, students, and volunteers are working together to transform the retaining wall on Mitchell Road.
An afternoon of activities, tours, and talks will make Skidaway Marine Science Day a can’t-miss event for all ages on Saturday, Oct. 14, from noon to 4 p.m.
Through this unique mentoring opportunity, 100 winning students will each work with an esteemed university-level research scientist on a rewarding multi-week cancer research project.
This virtual collection invites students into an engaging exploration of some of the most significant events of the Civil Rights Movement.