Class Act Video Reports
In a James Lindsey class at Griffin High School, you simply want to sit and listen to the beautiful sounds of the teen chorus.
It's one class you just want to sit-in and enjoy all day. The melodic magical music comes from some Griffin High School teens.
Two Holy Innocents' teachers have combined pop culture with classroom learning to create a fun "treasure hunt" lesson.
Jill Buchanan expertly guides her students' learning and celebrates them as individuals.
This trio of educators is dedicated to helping students understand material they may have a tough time grasping in the classroom.
Amanda Quay teaches at Hickory Hills Elementary School, an arts academy in Marietta.
Atlanta teacher Tara Johnson has a way of relating to her middle school students that helps them perform better academically.
One physical education teacher is so great, she even caught the attention of an Atlanta Braves legend.
One special teacher helped Gina when she was struggling in school. Gina is now a teacher and is determined to help children the way she was helped.
A DeKalb County health and physical education teacher is not only
helping to fight Georgia's high childhood obesity rate, he's devoted his
life to raising money for the equipment keep kids active.
Mary Cantwell believes teachers should get out of the way and allow kids to look at problems and determine solutions without boundaries.
At Paulding County High School, Scott Hamilton is quietly helping his school become more caring and compassionate.
If you spend time in Bill McAuliffe's class at Gwinnett School of Math, Science and Technology (GSMST), it doesn't take long until you're smiling and laughing, but it's not because the subject matter is silly.
Kelly Wren is the reason teens take tough courses like Advanced Placement History and I.B Psychology at South Forsyth High School.
Students in Mitch Brotherton's math literacy classes play the game Minecraft and they're learning from it.
Amy Allman "has a true passion that comes from her heart to help our youth and give them an education," according to her adoring brother Joseph.
It's true the chemical reactions in George Dietz' classes at Woodward Academy deal with what he's teaching. But, the true chemistry is between Dietz and his students.