• GCPSTV Weekly Highlights

  • January 24, 2022, Monday

    6:30 AM

    From the Vaults:  Walter Hamiday and the Perishable Press

    Artist Walter Hamady, pioneer of bookbinding, printmaking and collage, and founder of the Perishable Press and Shadwell Paper Mill, is best known for his artists’ books and fine letterpress publications.  In this segment Stephanie Stillo is joined by Emily Moore to explore this archive of correspondence, artwork and Hamady’s personal library.

    Library of Congress

    Click here to watch the program. (10 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiFvKdG4isU

     

    7:00 AM

    Fast Forward:  Careers at Cogdell Berry Farms, King of Pops, Georgia Regents University

    Employees in businesses and organizations across the state of Georgia reveal ways in which STEM concepts are applied in their everyday jobs. 

     

    7:30 AM

    Science 360:  Undergrads Get Research Experience in Leading Labs

     

    8:00 AM

    Salsa:  Where Is It?

    Georgia Public Broadcasting's award-winning Spanish language series for young learners in kindergarten through the third grade

     

    9:00 AM

    Small Wonders, Big Gains:  The Preschool Autism Classroom

    A snapshot of what a preschool autism classroom looks like.  A parent, a teacher, and a behavioral specialist provide insight and expertise on the role of early intervention and how it may influence the academic and social interaction of preschool children on the autism spectrum. 

     

    9:30 AM

    Shamu TV:  Saving a Species - Polar Bears

    Polar bears live in one of this planet's harshest environments.  Their environment is melting away and time is running out. Their survival comes down to their ability to find and conserve energy, and our ability to reduce energy consumption. But there is hope, and more than ever, the solutions involve our everyday actions.

     

    10:00 AM

    Meet the Poet:  Sandra Beasley

    Author Sandra Beasley talks about her new book, "Made to Explode", finding beauty in everyday life, favorite poets and more.

    Presented by Fairfax County Public Library

    Click here to watch the program (54 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMCxAGeZAJw

     

    11:00 AM

    Fast Forward:  Careers at Cogdell Berry Farms, King of Pops, Georgia Regents University

    Employees in businesses and organizations across the state of Georgia reveal ways in which STEM concepts are applied in their everyday jobs. 

     

     

     

     

    11:30 AM

    World Tour Spanish:  Show 5

    Elementary students explore the sounds, writing systems, and basic phrases of the Spanish language. The programs examine the culture from various perspectives, including geography, language, history, art, religion, and music.

    Produced by The Fairfax Network

     

    12 Noon

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

     

    12:30 PM

    From the Vaults:  Walter Hamiday and the Perishable Press

    Artist Walter Hamady, pioneer of bookbinding, printmaking and collage, and founder of the Perishable Press and Shadwell Paper Mill, is best known for his artists’ books and fine letterpress publications. The materials of the archive run from the late 19th century through 2018 and include correspondence, artwork and Hamady’s personal library.  In this segment Stephanie Stillo is joined by Emily Moore to explore the archive.

    Library of Congress

    Click here to watch the program. (10 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiFvKdG4isU

     

    1:00 PM

    Science 360:  Undergrads Get Research Experience in Leading Labs

     

    1:30 PM

    Kitchen Chemistry

    Learn the chemistry behind simple experiments performed with items from the kitchen.

    Produced by Gwinnett County Public Library

     

    2:00 PM

    Colonial Williamsburg:  The Freedom Quest of Oney Judge

    How did a young woman escape slavery and evade the most powerful man in the nation? Learn about the dangers Oney Judge faced when she left her life as the enslaved servant of George and Martha Washington. Oney's quest was threatened by her former owners, the law, and poverty. How was she able to live as a free woman? 

    Grade Level: 4-8

    Colonial Williamsburg

     

    3:00 PM

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

     

     

     

     

    3:30 PM

    Small Wonders, Big Gains:  The Preschool Autism Classroom

    A snapshot of what a preschool autism classroom looks like.  A parent, a teacher, and a behavioral specialist provide insight and expertise on the role of early intervention and how it may influence the academic and social interaction of preschool children on the autism spectrum. 

     

    4:00 PM

    Innovation Workshop:  Nanotechnology

    The invention of the scanning tunneling microscope launched the age of nanotechnology. The microscope can see individual atoms and even move them to create advanced nanostructures.  Students will learn about moving atoms, electron clouds, and how temperature effects matter.  Grade Level 6-8.

    Fairfax Network partnership with Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

     

    4:30 PM

    Fast Forward:  Careers at Cogdell Berry Farms, King of Pops, Georgia Regents University

    Employees in businesses and organizations across the state of Georgia reveal ways in which STEM concepts are applied in their everyday jobs. 

     

    5:00 PM

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

     

    5:30 PM

    Meet the Poet:  Sandra Beasley

    Author Sandra Beasley talks about her new book, "Made to Explode", finding beauty in everyday life, favorite poets and more.

    Presented by Fairfax County Public Library

    Click here to watch the program (54 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMCxAGeZAJw

     

    6:30 PM

    Salsa:  Where Is It?

    Georgia Public Broadcasting's award-winning Spanish language series for young learners in kindergarten through the third grade

     

    7:00 PM

    World Tour Spanish:  Show 5

    Elementary students explore the sounds, writing systems, and basic phrases of the Spanish language. The programs examine the culture from various perspectives, including geography, language, history, art, religion, and music.

    Produced by The Fairfax Network

     

    7:30 PM

    Science 360:  Undergrads Get Research Experience in Leading Labs

     

     

     

     

     

    8:00 PM

    Shamu TV:  Saving a Species - Polar Bears

    Polar bears live in one of this planet's harshest environments.  Their environment is melting away and time is running out. Their survival comes down to their ability to find and conserve energy, and our ability to reduce energy consumption. But there is hope, and more than ever, the solutions involve our everyday actions.

     

    8:30 PM

    Innovation Workshop:  Nanotechnology

    The invention of the scanning tunneling microscope launched the age of nanotechnology. The microscope can see individual atoms and even move them to create advanced nanostructures.  Students will learn about moving atoms, electron clouds, and how temperature effects matter.  Grade Level 6-8.

    Fairfax Network partnership with Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

     

    9:00

    From the Vaults:  Walter Hamiday and the Perishable Press

    Artist Walter Hamady, pioneer of bookbinding, printmaking and collage, and founder of the Perishable Press and Shadwell Paper Mill, is best known for his artists’ books and fine letterpress publications.  In this segment Stephanie Stillo is joined by Emily Moore to explore this archive of correspondence, artwork and Hamady’s personal library.

    Library of Congress

    Click here to watch the program. (10 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiFvKdG4isU

     

    9:30 PM

    Small Wonders, Big Gains:  The Preschool Autism Classroom

    A snapshot of what a preschool autism classroom looks like.  A parent, a teacher, and a behavioral specialist provide insight and expertise on the role of early intervention and how it may influence the academic and social interaction of preschool children on the autism spectrum. 

     

    10:00 PM

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

     

    10:30 PM

    Kitchen Chemistry

    Learn the chemistry behind simple experiments performed with items from the kitchen.

    Target audience:  8 years up to high school

    Gwinnett County Public Library

     

    11:00 PM

    Science 360:  Undergrads Get Research Experience in Leading Labs

     

    11:30 PM

    Bulletin Board

     

    12:00 AM – 5:00 AM

    Assorted Programming

     

    5:00 AM – 6:30 AM

    Bulletin Board

  • January 25, 2022, Tuesday

    6:30 AM

    From the Vaults:  Walter Hamiday and the Perishable Press

    Artist Walter Hamady, pioneer of bookbinding, printmaking and collage, and founder of the Perishable Press and Shadwell Paper Mill, is best known for his artists’ books and fine letterpress publications.  In this segment Stephanie Stillo is joined by Emily Moore to explore this archive of correspondence, artwork and Hamady’s personal library.

    Library of Congress

    Click here to watch the program. (10 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiFvKdG4isU

     

    7:00 AM

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

     

    7:30 AM

    Science 360:  Undergrads Get Research Experience in Leading Labs

     

    8:00 AM

    Salsa:  Where Is It?

    Georgia Public Broadcasting's award-winning Spanish language series for young learners in kindergarten through the third grade.

     

    9:00 AM

    Small Wonders, Big Gains:  The Preschool Autism Classroom

    A snapshot of what a preschool autism classroom looks like.  A parent, a teacher, and a behavioral specialist provide insight and expertise on the role of early intervention and how it may influence the academic and social interaction of preschool children on the autism spectrum. 

     

    9:30 AM

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

     

    10:00 AM

    Meet the Poet:  Sandra Beasley

    Author Sandra Beasley talks about her new book, "Made to Explode", finding beauty in everyday life, favorite poets and more.

    Presented by Fairfax County Public Library

    Click here to watch the program (54 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMCxAGeZAJw

     

     

     

     

    11:00 AM

    Fast Forward:  Careers at Cogdell Berry Farms, King of Pops, Georgia Regents University

    Employees in businesses and organizations across the state of Georgia reveal ways in which STEM concepts are applied in their everyday jobs. 

     

    11:30 AM

    World Tour Spanish:  Show 5

    Elementary students explore the sounds, writing systems, and basic phrases of the Spanish language. The programs examine the culture from various perspectives, including geography, language, history, art, religion, and music.

    Produced by The Fairfax Network

     

    12 Noon

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

     

    12:30 PM

    From the Vaults:  Walter Hamiday and the Perishable Press

    Artist Walter Hamady, pioneer of bookbinding, printmaking and collage, and founder of the Perishable Press and Shadwell Paper Mill, is best known for his artists’ books and fine letterpress publications. The materials of the archive run from the late 19th century through 2018 and include correspondence, artwork and Hamady’s personal library.  In this segment Stephanie Stillo is joined by Emily Moore to explore the archive.

    Library of Congress

    Click here to watch the program. (10 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiFvKdG4isU

     

    1:00 PM

    Science 360:  Undergrads Get Research Experience in Leading Labs

     

    1:30 PM

    Kitchen Chemistry

    Learn the chemistry behind simple experiments performed with items from the kitchen.

    Produced by Gwinnett County Public Library

     

    2:00 PM

    Colonial Williamsburg:  The Freedom Quest of Oney Judge

    How did a young woman escape slavery and evade the most powerful man in the nation? Learn about the dangers Oney Judge faced when she left her life as the enslaved servant of George and Martha Washington. Oney's quest was threatened by her former owners, the law, and poverty. How was she able to live as a free woman? 

    Grade Level: 4-8

    Colonial Williamsburg

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    3:00 PM

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

     

    3:30 PM

    Small Wonders, Big Gains:  The Preschool Autism Classroom

    A snapshot of what a preschool autism classroom looks like.  A parent, a teacher, and a behavioral specialist provide insight and expertise on the role of early intervention and how it may influence the academic and social interaction of preschool children on the autism spectrum. 

     

    4:00 PM

    Innovation Workshop:  Nanotechnology

    The invention of the scanning tunneling microscope launched the age of nanotechnology. The microscope can see individual atoms and even move them to create advanced nanostructures.  Students will learn about moving atoms, electron clouds, and how temperature effects matter.  Grade Level 6-8.

    Fairfax Network partnership with Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

     

    4:30 PM

    Fast Forward:  Careers at Cogdell Berry Farms, King of Pops, Georgia Regents University

    Employees in businesses and organizations across the state of Georgia reveal ways in which STEM concepts are applied in their everyday jobs. 

     

    5:00 PM

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

     

    5:30 PM

    Meet the Poet:  Sandra Beasley

    Author Sandra Beasley talks about her new book, "Made to Explode", finding beauty in everyday life, favorite poets and more.

    Presented by Fairfax County Public Library

    Click here to watch the program (54 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMCxAGeZAJw

     

    6:30 PM

    Salsa:  Where Is It?

    Georgia Public Broadcasting's award-winning Spanish language series for young learners in kindergarten through the third grade.

     

     

     

     

     

    7:00 PM

    World Tour Spanish:  Show 5

    Elementary students explore the sounds, writing systems, and basic phrases of the Spanish language. The programs examine the culture from various perspectives, including geography, language, history, art, religion, and music.

    Produced by The Fairfax Network

     

    7:30 PM

    Science 360:  Undergrads Get Research Experience in Leading Labs

     

    8:00 PM

    Shamu TV:  Saving a Species - Polar Bears

    Polar bears live in one of this planet's harshest environments.  Their environment is melting away and time is running out. Their survival comes down to their ability to find and conserve energy, and our ability to reduce energy consumption. But there is hope, and more than ever, the solutions involve our everyday actions.

     

    8:30 PM

    Innovation Workshop:  Nanotechnology

    The invention of the scanning tunneling microscope launched the age of nanotechnology. The microscope can see individual atoms and even move them to create advanced nanostructures.  Students will learn about moving atoms, electron clouds, and how temperature effects matter.  Grade Level 6-8.

    Fairfax Network partnership with Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

     

    9:00

    From the Vaults:  Walter Hamiday and the Perishable Press

    Artist Walter Hamady, pioneer of bookbinding, printmaking and collage, and founder of the Perishable Press and Shadwell Paper Mill, is best known for his artists’ books and fine letterpress publications.  In this segment Stephanie Stillo is joined by Emily Moore to explore this archive of correspondence, artwork and Hamady’s personal library.

    Library of Congress

    Click here to watch the program. (10 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiFvKdG4isU

     

    9:30 PM

    Small Wonders, Big Gains:  The Preschool Autism Classroom

    A snapshot of what a preschool autism classroom looks like.  A parent, a teacher, and a behavioral specialist provide insight and expertise on the role of early intervention and how it may influence the academic and social interaction of preschool children on the autism spectrum. 

     

    10:00 PM

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

     

     

     

     

    10:30 PM

    Kitchen Chemistry

    Learn the chemistry behind simple experiments performed with items from the kitchen.

    Target audience:  8 years up to high school

    Gwinnett County Public Library

     

    11:00 PM

    Science 360:  Undergrads Get Research Experience in Leading Labs

     

    11:30 PM

    Bulletin Board

     

    12:00 AM – 5:00 AM

    Assorted Programming

     

    5:00 AM – 6:30 AM

    Bulletin Board

  • January 26, 2022, Wednesday

    6:30 AM

    From the Vaults:  Walter Hamiday and the Perishable Press

    Artist Walter Hamady, pioneer of bookbinding, printmaking and collage, and founder of the Perishable Press and Shadwell Paper Mill, is best known for his artists’ books and fine letterpress publications.  In this segment Stephanie Stillo is joined by Emily Moore to explore this archive of correspondence, artwork and Hamady’s personal library.

    Library of Congress

    Click here to watch the program. (10 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiFvKdG4isU

     

    7:00 AM

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

     

    7:30 AM

    Science 360:  Undergrads Get Research Experience in Leading Labs

     

    8:00 AM

    Salsa:  Where Is It?

    Georgia Public Broadcasting's award-winning Spanish language series for young learners in kindergarten through the third grade.

     

    9:00 AM

    Small Wonders, Big Gains:  The Preschool Autism Classroom

    A snapshot of what a preschool autism classroom looks like.  A parent, a teacher, and a behavioral specialist provide insight and expertise on the role of early intervention and how it may influence the academic and social interaction of preschool children on the autism spectrum. 

     

    9:30 AM

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

     

    10:00 AM

    Meet the Poet:  Sandra Beasley

    Author Sandra Beasley talks about her new book, "Made to Explode", finding beauty in everyday life, favorite poets and more.

    Presented by Fairfax County Public Library

    Click here to watch the program (54 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMCxAGeZAJw

     

     

     

     

    11:00 AM

    Fast Forward:  Careers at Cogdell Berry Farms, King of Pops, Georgia Regents University

    Employees in businesses and organizations across the state of Georgia reveal ways in which STEM concepts are applied in their everyday jobs. 

     

    11:30 AM

    World Tour Spanish:  Show 5

    Elementary students explore the sounds, writing systems, and basic phrases of the Spanish language. The programs examine the culture from various perspectives, including geography, language, history, art, religion, and music.

    Produced by The Fairfax Network

     

    12 Noon

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

     

    12:30 PM

    From the Vaults:  Walter Hamiday and the Perishable Press

    Artist Walter Hamady, pioneer of bookbinding, printmaking and collage, and founder of the Perishable Press and Shadwell Paper Mill, is best known for his artists’ books and fine letterpress publications. The materials of the archive run from the late 19th century through 2018 and include correspondence, artwork and Hamady’s personal library.  In this segment Stephanie Stillo is joined by Emily Moore to explore the archive.

    Library of Congress

    Click here to watch the program. (10 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiFvKdG4isU

     

    1:00 PM

    Science 360:  Undergrads Get Research Experience in Leading Labs

     

    1:30 PM

    Kitchen Chemistry

    Learn the chemistry behind simple experiments performed with items from the kitchen.

    Produced by Gwinnett County Public Library

     

    2:00 PM

    Colonial Williamsburg:  The Freedom Quest of Oney Judge

    How did a young woman escape slavery and evade the most powerful man in the nation? Learn about the dangers Oney Judge faced when she left her life as the enslaved servant of George and Martha Washington. Oney's quest was threatened by her former owners, the law, and poverty. How was she able to live as a free woman? 

    Grade Level: 4-8

    Colonial Williamsburg

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    3:00 PM

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

     

    3:30 PM

    Small Wonders, Big Gains:  The Preschool Autism Classroom

    A snapshot of what a preschool autism classroom looks like.  A parent, a teacher, and a behavioral specialist provide insight and expertise on the role of early intervention and how it may influence the academic and social interaction of preschool children on the autism spectrum. 

     

    4:00 PM

    Innovation Workshop:  Nanotechnology

    The invention of the scanning tunneling microscope launched the age of nanotechnology. The microscope can see individual atoms and even move them to create advanced nanostructures.  Students will learn about moving atoms, electron clouds, and how temperature effects matter.  Grade Level 6-8.

    Fairfax Network partnership with Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

     

    4:30 PM

    Fast Forward:  Careers at Cogdell Berry Farms, King of Pops, Georgia Regents University

    Employees in businesses and organizations across the state of Georgia reveal ways in which STEM concepts are applied in their everyday jobs. 

     

    5:00 PM

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

     

    5:30 PM

    Meet the Poet:  Sandra Beasley

    Author Sandra Beasley talks about her new book, "Made to Explode", finding beauty in everyday life, favorite poets and more.

    Presented by Fairfax County Public Library

    Click here to watch the program (54 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMCxAGeZAJw

     

    6:30 PM

    Salsa:  Where Is It?

    Georgia Public Broadcasting's award-winning Spanish language series for young learners in kindergarten through the third grade.

     

     

     

     

     

    7:00 PM

    World Tour Spanish:  Show 5

    Elementary students explore the sounds, writing systems, and basic phrases of the Spanish language. The programs examine the culture from various perspectives, including geography, language, history, art, religion, and music.

    Produced by The Fairfax Network

     

    7:30 PM

    Science 360:  Undergrads Get Research Experience in Leading Labs

     

    8:00 PM

    Shamu TV:  Saving a Species - Polar Bears

    Polar bears live in one of this planet's harshest environments.  Their environment is melting away and time is running out. Their survival comes down to their ability to find and conserve energy, and our ability to reduce energy consumption. But there is hope, and more than ever, the solutions involve our everyday actions.

     

    8:30 PM

    Innovation Workshop:  Nanotechnology

    The invention of the scanning tunneling microscope launched the age of nanotechnology. The microscope can see individual atoms and even move them to create advanced nanostructures.  Students will learn about moving atoms, electron clouds, and how temperature effects matter.  Grade Level 6-8.

    Fairfax Network partnership with Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

     

    9:00

    From the Vaults:  Walter Hamiday and the Perishable Press

    Artist Walter Hamady, pioneer of bookbinding, printmaking and collage, and founder of the Perishable Press and Shadwell Paper Mill, is best known for his artists’ books and fine letterpress publications.  In this segment Stephanie Stillo is joined by Emily Moore to explore this archive of correspondence, artwork and Hamady’s personal library.

    Library of Congress

    Click here to watch the program. (10 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiFvKdG4isU

     

    9:30 PM

    Small Wonders, Big Gains:  The Preschool Autism Classroom

    A snapshot of what a preschool autism classroom looks like.  A parent, a teacher, and a behavioral specialist provide insight and expertise on the role of early intervention and how it may influence the academic and social interaction of preschool children on the autism spectrum. 

     

    10:00 PM

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

     

    10:30 PM

    Kitchen Chemistry

    Learn the chemistry behind simple experiments performed with items from the kitchen.

    Target audience:  8 years up to high school

    Gwinnett County Public Library

     

    11:00 PM

    Science 360:  Undergrads Get Research Experience in Leading Labs

     

    11:30 PM

    Bulletin Board

     

    12:00 AM – 5:00 AM

    Assorted Programming

     

    5:00 AM – 6:30 AM

    Bulletin Board

  • January 27, 2022, Thursday

    6:30 AM

    From the Vaults:  Walter Hamiday and the Perishable Press

    Artist Walter Hamady, pioneer of bookbinding, printmaking and collage, and founder of the Perishable Press and Shadwell Paper Mill, is best known for his artists’ books and fine letterpress publications.  In this segment Stephanie Stillo is joined by Emily Moore to explore this archive of correspondence, artwork and Hamady’s personal library.

    Library of Congress

    Click here to watch the program. (10 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiFvKdG4isU

     

    7:00 AM

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

     

    7:30 AM

    Science 360:  Undergrads Get Research Experience in Leading Labs

     

    8:00 AM

    Salsa:  Where Is It?

    Georgia Public Broadcasting's award-winning Spanish language series for young learners in kindergarten through the third grade.

     

    9:00 AM

    Small Wonders, Big Gains:  The Preschool Autism Classroom

    A snapshot of what a preschool autism classroom looks like.  A parent, a teacher, and a behavioral specialist provide insight and expertise on the role of early intervention and how it may influence the academic and social interaction of preschool children on the autism spectrum. 

     

    9:30 AM

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

     

    10:00 AM

    Meet the Poet:  Sandra Beasley

    Author Sandra Beasley talks about her new book, "Made to Explode", finding beauty in everyday life, favorite poets and more.

    Presented by Fairfax County Public Library

    Click here to watch the program (54 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMCxAGeZAJw

     

     

     

     

    11:00 AM

    Fast Forward:  Careers at Cogdell Berry Farms, King of Pops, Georgia Regents University

    Employees in businesses and organizations across the state of Georgia reveal ways in which STEM concepts are applied in their everyday jobs. 

     

    11:30 AM

    World Tour Spanish:  Show 6

    Elementary students explore the sounds, writing systems, and basic phrases of the Spanish language. The programs examine the culture from various perspectives, including geography, language, history, art, religion, and music.

    Produced by The Fairfax Network

     

    12 Noon

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

     

    12:30 PM

    From the Vaults:  Walter Hamiday and the Perishable Press

    Artist Walter Hamady, pioneer of bookbinding, printmaking and collage, and founder of the Perishable Press and Shadwell Paper Mill, is best known for his artists’ books and fine letterpress publications. The materials of the archive run from the late 19th century through 2018 and include correspondence, artwork and Hamady’s personal library.  In this segment Stephanie Stillo is joined by Emily Moore to explore the archive.

    Library of Congress

    Click here to watch the program. (10 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiFvKdG4isU

     

    1:00 PM

    Science 360:  Undergrads Get Research Experience in Leading Labs

     

    1:30 PM

    Kitchen Chemistry

    Learn the chemistry behind simple experiments performed with items from the kitchen.

    Produced by Gwinnett County Public Library

     

    2:00 PM

    Colonial Williamsburg:  The Freedom Quest of Oney Judge

    How did a young woman escape slavery and evade the most powerful man in the nation? Learn about the dangers Oney Judge faced when she left her life as the enslaved servant of George and Martha Washington. Oney's quest was threatened by her former owners, the law, and poverty. How was she able to live as a free woman? 

    Grade Level: 4-8

    Colonial Williamsburg

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    3:00 PM

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

     

    3:30 PM

    Small Wonders, Big Gains:  The Preschool Autism Classroom

    A snapshot of what a preschool autism classroom looks like.  A parent, a teacher, and a behavioral specialist provide insight and expertise on the role of early intervention and how it may influence the academic and social interaction of preschool children on the autism spectrum. 

     

    4:00 PM

    Innovation Workshop:  Nanotechnology

    The invention of the scanning tunneling microscope launched the age of nanotechnology. The microscope can see individual atoms and even move them to create advanced nanostructures.  Students will learn about moving atoms, electron clouds, and how temperature effects matter.  Grade Level 6-8.

    Fairfax Network partnership with Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

     

    4:30 PM

    Fast Forward:  Careers at Cogdell Berry Farms, King of Pops, Georgia Regents University

    Employees in businesses and organizations across the state of Georgia reveal ways in which STEM concepts are applied in their everyday jobs. 

     

    5:00 PM

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

     

    5:30 PM

    Meet the Poet:  Sandra Beasley

    Author Sandra Beasley talks about her new book, "Made to Explode", finding beauty in everyday life, favorite poets and more.

    Presented by Fairfax County Public Library

    Click here to watch the program (54 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMCxAGeZAJw

     

    6:30 PM

    Salsa:  Where Is It?

    Georgia Public Broadcasting's award-winning Spanish language series for young learners in kindergarten through the third grade.

     

     

     

     

     

    7:00 PM

    World Tour Spanish:  Show 6

    Elementary students explore the sounds, writing systems, and basic phrases of the Spanish language. The programs examine the culture from various perspectives, including geography, language, history, art, religion, and music.

    Produced by The Fairfax Network

     

    7:30 PM

    Science 360:  Undergrads Get Research Experience in Leading Labs

     

    8:00 PM

    Shamu TV:  Saving a Species - Polar Bears

    Polar bears live in one of this planet's harshest environments.  Their environment is melting away and time is running out. Their survival comes down to their ability to find and conserve energy, and our ability to reduce energy consumption. But there is hope, and more than ever, the solutions involve our everyday actions.

     

    8:30 PM

    Innovation Workshop:  Nanotechnology

    The invention of the scanning tunneling microscope launched the age of nanotechnology. The microscope can see individual atoms and even move them to create advanced nanostructures.  Students will learn about moving atoms, electron clouds, and how temperature effects matter.  Grade Level 6-8.

    Fairfax Network partnership with Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

     

    9:00

    From the Vaults:  Walter Hamiday and the Perishable Press

    Artist Walter Hamady, pioneer of bookbinding, printmaking and collage, and founder of the Perishable Press and Shadwell Paper Mill, is best known for his artists’ books and fine letterpress publications.  In this segment Stephanie Stillo is joined by Emily Moore to explore this archive of correspondence, artwork and Hamady’s personal library.

    Library of Congress

    Click here to watch the program. (10 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiFvKdG4isU

     

    9:30 PM

    Small Wonders, Big Gains:  The Preschool Autism Classroom

    A snapshot of what a preschool autism classroom looks like.  A parent, a teacher, and a behavioral specialist provide insight and expertise on the role of early intervention and how it may influence the academic and social interaction of preschool children on the autism spectrum. 

     

    10:00 PM

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

     

    10:30 PM

    Kitchen Chemistry

    Learn the chemistry behind simple experiments performed with items from the kitchen.

    Target audience:  8 years up to high school

    Gwinnett County Public Library

     

    11:00 PM

    Science 360:  Undergrads Get Research Experience in Leading Labs

     

    11:30 PM

    Bulletin Board

     

    12:00 AM – 5:00 AM

    Assorted Programming

     

    5:00 AM – 6:30 AM

    Bulletin Board

  • January 28, 2022, Friday

    6:30 AM

    From the Vaults:  Walter Hamiday and the Perishable Press

    Artist Walter Hamady, pioneer of bookbinding, printmaking and collage, and founder of the Perishable Press and Shadwell Paper Mill, is best known for his artists’ books and fine letterpress publications.  In this segment Stephanie Stillo is joined by Emily Moore to explore this archive of correspondence, artwork and Hamady’s personal library.

    Library of Congress

    Click here to watch the program. (10 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiFvKdG4isU

     

    7:00 AM

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

     

    7:30 AM

    Science 360:  Undergrads Get Research Experience in Leading Labs

     

    8:00 AM

    Salsa:  Where Is It?

    Georgia Public Broadcasting's award-winning Spanish language series for young learners in kindergarten through the third grade.

     

    9:00 AM

    Small Wonders, Big Gains:  The Preschool Autism Classroom

    A snapshot of what a preschool autism classroom looks like.  A parent, a teacher, and a behavioral specialist provide insight and expertise on the role of early intervention and how it may influence the academic and social interaction of preschool children on the autism spectrum. 

     

    9:30 AM

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

     

    10:00 AM

    Meet the Poet:  Sandra Beasley

    Author Sandra Beasley talks about her new book, "Made to Explode", finding beauty in everyday life, favorite poets and more.

    Presented by Fairfax County Public Library

    Click here to watch the program (54 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMCxAGeZAJw

     

     

     

     

    11:00 AM

    Fast Forward:  Careers at Cogdell Berry Farms, King of Pops, Georgia Regents University

    Employees in businesses and organizations across the state of Georgia reveal ways in which STEM concepts are applied in their everyday jobs. 

     

    11:30 AM

    World Tour Spanish:  Show 6

    Elementary students explore the sounds, writing systems, and basic phrases of the Spanish language. The programs examine the culture from various perspectives, including geography, language, history, art, religion, and music.

    Produced by The Fairfax Network

     

    12 Noon

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

     

    12:30 PM

    From the Vaults:  Walter Hamiday and the Perishable Press

    Artist Walter Hamady, pioneer of bookbinding, printmaking and collage, and founder of the Perishable Press and Shadwell Paper Mill, is best known for his artists’ books and fine letterpress publications. The materials of the archive run from the late 19th century through 2018 and include correspondence, artwork and Hamady’s personal library.  In this segment Stephanie Stillo is joined by Emily Moore to explore the archive.

    Library of Congress

    Click here to watch the program. (10 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiFvKdG4isU

     

    1:00 PM

    Science 360:  Undergrads Get Research Experience in Leading Labs

     

    1:30 PM

    Kitchen Chemistry

    Learn the chemistry behind simple experiments performed with items from the kitchen.

    Produced by Gwinnett County Public Library

     

    2:00 PM

    Colonial Williamsburg:  The Freedom Quest of Oney Judge

    How did a young woman escape slavery and evade the most powerful man in the nation? Learn about the dangers Oney Judge faced when she left her life as the enslaved servant of George and Martha Washington. Oney's quest was threatened by her former owners, the law, and poverty. How was she able to live as a free woman? 

    Grade Level: 4-8

    Colonial Williamsburg

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    3:00 PM

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

     

    3:30 PM

    Small Wonders, Big Gains:  The Preschool Autism Classroom

    A snapshot of what a preschool autism classroom looks like.  A parent, a teacher, and a behavioral specialist provide insight and expertise on the role of early intervention and how it may influence the academic and social interaction of preschool children on the autism spectrum. 

     

    4:00 PM

    Innovation Workshop:  Nanotechnology

    The invention of the scanning tunneling microscope launched the age of nanotechnology. The microscope can see individual atoms and even move them to create advanced nanostructures.  Students will learn about moving atoms, electron clouds, and how temperature effects matter.  Grade Level 6-8.

    Fairfax Network partnership with Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

     

    4:30 PM

    Fast Forward:  Careers at Cogdell Berry Farms, King of Pops, Georgia Regents University

    Employees in businesses and organizations across the state of Georgia reveal ways in which STEM concepts are applied in their everyday jobs. 

     

    5:00 PM

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

     

    5:30 PM

    Meet the Poet:  Sandra Beasley

    Author Sandra Beasley talks about her new book, "Made to Explode", finding beauty in everyday life, favorite poets and more.

    Presented by Fairfax County Public Library

    Click here to watch the program (54 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMCxAGeZAJw

     

    6:30 PM

    Salsa:  Where Is It?

    Georgia Public Broadcasting's award-winning Spanish language series for young learners in kindergarten through the third grade.

     

     

     

     

     

    7:00 PM

    World Tour Spanish:  Show 6

    Elementary students explore the sounds, writing systems, and basic phrases of the Spanish language. The programs examine the culture from various perspectives, including geography, language, history, art, religion, and music.

    Produced by The Fairfax Network

     

    7:30 PM

    Science 360:  Undergrads Get Research Experience in Leading Labs

     

    8:00 PM

    Shamu TV:  Saving a Species - Polar Bears

    Polar bears live in one of this planet's harshest environments.  Their environment is melting away and time is running out. Their survival comes down to their ability to find and conserve energy, and our ability to reduce energy consumption. But there is hope, and more than ever, the solutions involve our everyday actions.

     

    8:30 PM

    Innovation Workshop:  Nanotechnology

    The invention of the scanning tunneling microscope launched the age of nanotechnology. The microscope can see individual atoms and even move them to create advanced nanostructures.  Students will learn about moving atoms, electron clouds, and how temperature effects matter.  Grade Level 6-8.

    Fairfax Network partnership with Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

     

    9:00

    From the Vaults:  Walter Hamiday and the Perishable Press

    Artist Walter Hamady, pioneer of bookbinding, printmaking and collage, and founder of the Perishable Press and Shadwell Paper Mill, is best known for his artists’ books and fine letterpress publications.  In this segment Stephanie Stillo is joined by Emily Moore to explore this archive of correspondence, artwork and Hamady’s personal library.

    Library of Congress

    Click here to watch the program. (10 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiFvKdG4isU

     

    9:30 PM

    Small Wonders, Big Gains:  The Preschool Autism Classroom

    A snapshot of what a preschool autism classroom looks like.  A parent, a teacher, and a behavioral specialist provide insight and expertise on the role of early intervention and how it may influence the academic and social interaction of preschool children on the autism spectrum. 

     

    10:00 PM

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

     

    10:30 PM

    Kitchen Chemistry

    Learn the chemistry behind simple experiments performed with items from the kitchen.

    Target audience:  8 years up to high school

    Gwinnett County Public Library

     

    11:00 PM

    Science 360:  Undergrads Get Research Experience in Leading Labs

     

    11:30 PM

    Bulletin Board

     

    12:00 AM – 5:00 AM

    Assorted Programming

     

    5:00 AM – 6:30 AM

    Bulletin Board

  • January 29, 2022, Saturday

    6:30 AM

    From the Vaults:  Walter Hamiday and the Perishable Press

    Artist Walter Hamady, pioneer of bookbinding, printmaking and collage, and founder of the Perishable Press and Shadwell Paper Mill, is best known for his artists’ books and fine letterpress publications.  In this segment Stephanie Stillo is joined by Emily Moore to explore this archive of correspondence, artwork and Hamady’s personal library.

    Library of Congress

    Click here to watch the program. (10 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiFvKdG4isU

    7:00 AM

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

    7:30 AM

    Science 360:  Undergrads Get Research Experience in Leading Labs

    8:00 AM

    Salsa:  Where Is It?

    Georgia Public Broadcasting's award-winning Spanish language series for young learners in kindergarten through the third grade.

     9:00 AM

    Small Wonders, Big Gains:  The Preschool Autism Classroom

    A snapshot of what a preschool autism classroom looks like.  A parent, a teacher, and a behavioral specialist provide insight and expertise on the role of early intervention and how it may influence the academic and social interaction of preschool children on the autism spectrum. 

    9:30 AM

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

    10:00 AM

    Meet the Poet:  Sandra Beasley

    Author Sandra Beasley talks about her new book, "Made to Explode", finding beauty in everyday life, favorite poets and more.

    Presented by Fairfax County Public Library

    Click here to watch the program (54 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMCxAGeZAJw

    11:00 AM

    Fast Forward:  Careers at Cogdell Berry Farms, King of Pops, Georgia Regents University

    Employees in businesses and organizations across the state of Georgia reveal ways in which STEM concepts are applied in their everyday jobs. 

     11:30 AM

    World Tour Spanish:  Show 6

    Elementary students explore the sounds, writing systems, and basic phrases of the Spanish language. The programs examine the culture from various perspectives, including geography, language, history, art, religion, and music.

    Produced by The Fairfax Network

    12 Noon

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

    12:30 PM

    From the Vaults:  Walter Hamiday and the Perishable Press

    Artist Walter Hamady, pioneer of bookbinding, printmaking and collage, and founder of the Perishable Press and Shadwell Paper Mill, is best known for his artists’ books and fine letterpress publications. The materials of the archive run from the late 19th century through 2018 and include correspondence, artwork and Hamady’s personal library.  In this segment Stephanie Stillo is joined by Emily Moore to explore the archive.

    Library of Congress

    Click here to watch the program. (10 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiFvKdG4isU

    1:00 PM

    Science 360:  Undergrads Get Research Experience in Leading Labs

    1:30 PM

    Kitchen Chemistry

    Learn the chemistry behind simple experiments performed with items from the kitchen.

    Produced by Gwinnett County Public Library

    2:00 PM

    Colonial Williamsburg:  The Freedom Quest of Oney Judge

    How did a young woman escape slavery and evade the most powerful man in the nation? Learn about the dangers Oney Judge faced when she left her life as the enslaved servant of George and Martha Washington. Oney's quest was threatened by her former owners, the law, and poverty. How was she able to live as a free woman? 

    Grade Level: 4-8

    Colonial Williamsburg

    3:00 PM

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

    3:30 PM

    Small Wonders, Big Gains:  The Preschool Autism Classroom

    A snapshot of what a preschool autism classroom looks like.  A parent, a teacher, and a behavioral specialist provide insight and expertise on the role of early intervention and how it may influence the academic and social interaction of preschool children on the autism spectrum. 

    4:00 PM

    Innovation Workshop:  Nanotechnology

    The invention of the scanning tunneling microscope launched the age of nanotechnology. The microscope can see individual atoms and even move them to create advanced nanostructures.  Students will learn about moving atoms, electron clouds, and how temperature effects matter.  Grade Level 6-8.

    Fairfax Network partnership with Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

    4:30 PM

    Fast Forward:  Careers at Cogdell Berry Farms, King of Pops, Georgia Regents University

    Employees in businesses and organizations across the state of Georgia reveal ways in which STEM concepts are applied in their everyday jobs. 

    5:00 PM

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

    5:30 PM

    Meet the Poet:  Sandra Beasley

    Author Sandra Beasley talks about her new book, "Made to Explode", finding beauty in everyday life, favorite poets and more.

    Presented by Fairfax County Public Library

    Click here to watch the program (54 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMCxAGeZAJw

    6:30 PM

    Salsa:  Where Is It?

    Georgia Public Broadcasting's award-winning Spanish language series for young learners in kindergarten through the third grade.

    7:00 PM

    World Tour Spanish:  Show 6

    Elementary students explore the sounds, writing systems, and basic phrases of the Spanish language. The programs examine the culture from various perspectives, including geography, language, history, art, religion, and music.

    Produced by The Fairfax Network

    7:30 PM

    Science 360:  Undergrads Get Research Experience in Leading Labs

    8:00 PM

    Shamu TV:  Saving a Species - Polar Bears

    Polar bears live in one of this planet's harshest environments.  Their environment is melting away and time is running out. Their survival comes down to their ability to find and conserve energy, and our ability to reduce energy consumption. But there is hope, and more than ever, the solutions involve our everyday actions.

    8:30 PM

    Innovation Workshop:  Nanotechnology

    The invention of the scanning tunneling microscope launched the age of nanotechnology. The microscope can see individual atoms and even move them to create advanced nanostructures.  Students will learn about moving atoms, electron clouds, and how temperature effects matter.  Grade Level 6-8.

    Fairfax Network partnership with Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

    9:00

    From the Vaults:  Walter Hamiday and the Perishable Press

    Artist Walter Hamady, pioneer of bookbinding, printmaking and collage, and founder of the Perishable Press and Shadwell Paper Mill, is best known for his artists’ books and fine letterpress publications.  In this segment Stephanie Stillo is joined by Emily Moore to explore this archive of correspondence, artwork and Hamady’s personal library.

    Library of Congress

    Click here to watch the program. (10 minutes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiFvKdG4isU

    9:30 PM

    Small Wonders, Big Gains:  The Preschool Autism Classroom

    A snapshot of what a preschool autism classroom looks like.  A parent, a teacher, and a behavioral specialist provide insight and expertise on the role of early intervention and how it may influence the academic and social interaction of preschool children on the autism spectrum. 

    10:00 PM

    In5ive

    Dr. Watts launches a new Student Advisory Council . . . Trickum Middle honors one of their own . . . A reminder to “Opt In” to School Messenger . . . And 2022 graduation dates are now posted. Enjoy these stories and more in this latest edition of in5ive.

    Click here to watch the five-minute program.

    https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/home/gcpstv/videos/news/in5ive

    10:30 PM

    Kitchen Chemistry

    Learn the chemistry behind simple experiments performed with items from the kitchen.

    Target audience:  8 years up to high school

    Gwinnett County Public Library

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    11:30 PM

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    12:00 AM – 5:00 AM

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