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January’s Featured Teacher: Jessica Martinez

Undergoing the three stages to obtain National Geographic Educator Certification provided an experience to design and implement subsequent lessons in order to scaffold the learning of my students. The certification process enabled me to present various interconnected environmental issues in a manner that aligned with grade level standards and student […]


GGA attends GSTA

GGA attended the Georgia Science Teachers Association Conference in Stone Mountain on February 2nd-3rd. GGA had various new projects to present that are unlike any other, from Virtual Reality, Georgia’s Giant Traveling Map, and National Geographic Educator Certification. Many educators were intrigued by how they could incorporate the Giant Map […]


GGA at the Educate GA Summit

On January 11-12, Georgia Geographic Alliance participated in the 2017 Educate GA State Summit at the State Capitol right down the street from us in Atlanta, GA. As exhibitors, we promoted the Giant Traveling Map and everything GGA has to offer to over 1000 state officials, educators, parents, business and […]