GPB EDUCATION IS HERE TO SUPPORT YOU WITH AT-HOME LEARNING RESOURCES AND ACTIVITIES
UPDATE TO OUR E-LEARNING NEWSLETTER: Beginning Sunday, September 6, our distance learning newsletter will be issued weekly, every Sunday at 4 PM ET. For more resources to support your home learning plan, go togpb.org/learn.
Join us December 8, 2020, at 10 AM ET for our upcoming show, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle! This live virtual field trip will offer students insight into the recycling process as they explore two types of recycling centers and see how one of the world's largest carpet manufacturers repurposes plastic bottles.
What's New in Version 2.0! Blob Chase now has 15 new challenging levels (plus the original 60 levels in Odd Squad headquarters). Capture blobs as you make your way through the haunted world of Blobsylvania!
This online book from the International Children's Digital Library traces the journey of Equiano, a young African boy of the Ibo tribe, from his capture by Africans to his life in the Americas. It describes his arduous adventure from slavery to becoming a free man.
Investigate how skeletal populations can help determine the impact of slavery on the height and health of African American males. This video focuses on how statistics is a useful tool to analyze data and make inferences taking math out of the classroom and into real world problem solving.
In places around the world where violent conflict makes it impossible for human rights investigators to observe war crimes and atrocities committed against civilians, social media platforms like YouTube, Instagram and Twitter now make it possible to document abuses.
This interactive virtual exploration offers students a behind-the-scenes experience as they learn about the science of sound and the preparation it takes to put on a live musical performance. During the program, students will also hear from various ASO musicians and watch pieces performed by the Atlanta Symphony.
Let's Learn GA! is series of video lessons for grades K-5 taught by Georgia teachers and aligned to the Georgia Standards of Excellence. The lessons cover English language arts, fine arts, mathematics, physical health and wellness, science, and social studies.