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Content experts at the Georgia Department of Education have developed Digital Learning Plans for teachers and parents. These Georgia Standards of Excellence-based plans were specifically designed to support school districts, administrators, teachers, and parents working tirelessly to provide students with quality content. New plans have been posted on Classroom Climate. Other digital learning plans are available for each content area. The plans are updated weekly. Check this page out! K-12 Digital Learning Plans

Classroom Conversations is a podcast for teachers to share and learn. Presented by the Georgia Department of Education and Georgia Public Broadcasting, each episode features Georgia educators teaching and reaching students innovatively. There are many episodes on various topics, but some great discussions include literacy, co-teaching, a positive classroom climate, student engagement, and high-leverage practices.

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AT Byles

Welcome to AT Bytes, our “byte-sized” microlearning experience.

We provide professional development and microlearning opportunities to help educators understand how assistive technology aids students in meeting their Individualized Education Programs (IEP) goals, achieving objectives, and advancing in the general curriculum.

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Mathematics Virtual Specialist Program 2023-2024

The GaDOE Mathematics Team is excited to announce the MathCONnet Virtual Specialist Program for the 2023-2024 school year! As we work to support

the fidelity of implementation of Georgia’s K-12 Mathematics Standards, we are expanding opportunities for teachers to include interaction with virtual mathematics

specialists from each region to support the exploration of Georgia’s K-12 Mathematics Curriculum Resources. MathCONnet will consist of three live, synchronous sessions and nine supporting asynchronous experiences to provide more details on the variety of

state resources being provided for the newly adopted mathematics standards.

The virtual specialists will provide information on the asynchronous experiences

and facilitate the grade level/course sessions during the live events.

-1st live, synchronous session: November 15, 2023 + 3 supporting

asynchronous sessions

-2nd live, synchronous session: February 7, 2024 + 3 supporting asynchronous


-3rd live, synchronous session: March 27, 2024 + 3 supporting asynchronous


For more information on the MathCON sessions, visit the MathCOnnect Virtual

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