Registration for the ETV Technology Conference in Columbia, July 29, 30, and 31, opens April 15 at etv.streamlinesc.org. And, ETV is offering week-long, hands-on recertification courses around the state in many locations throughout the summer!
July 29-31: Educators may participate in one, two or all three days! Through multiple break-out sessions, we’ll explore ways to integrate technology to engage students in learning. Session examples: Technology for all ages K-12, iPad apps, Google docs, webtools (Weebly, Evernote, Remind101, Edmodo) and many more. The cost is $20 for each day, and to date lunch is on your own.…
Teachers, Re-invigorate your instruction and your career with these engaging, high-quality graduate credit courses from PBS TeacherLine. Courses end by mid-June so you can renew your certificate by June 30th and then relax for the summer! (Tip: Enroll at least one week before course start date to ensure best seat availability.)
"Most learners begin our courses with recertification as their goal; however by the end of the course, learners leave with many goals and tools added to their teacher 'toolbox' as well as a renewed excitement in education." ~ Alethea Setser, Charleston County Schools Educator, TeacherLine Learner and Facilitator…
In celebration of National Poetry Month, this week PBS LearningMedia showcases their collection of PreK-12 literacy resources with the content theme “Word Play and Literacy.”
Can your students tell the difference between poetry and prose?
What better way to teach the subtle differences than with Shakespeare? The PBS series Great Performances’ The Hollow Crown is a lavish new series of filmed adaptations of four of Shakespeare’s most gripping history plays: Richard II; Henry IV, Part 1; Henry IV, Part 2; and Henry V. These four plays were written separately, but tell a continuous story of the reigns…
ETV Teacher Recertification allows South Carolina teachers to earn renewal credits on their own time, just in time by June 30th! Teachers taking ETV Teacher Recertification courses find the access easy and the content interesting, plus worth their time. They like the self-paced structure, allowing them to complete their course work at any time around their busy schedules.
A teacher completing Teaching Reading: K-2 Workshop commented: “The course was effective in enhancing my knowledge … there were great teaching strategies that I can implement to move students forward. My favorite parts were the videos of teachers working with…
A fluent reader is more confident and successful. Learn quantitative and qualitative techniques to assess and improve students' fluency and discover ways technology can foster students' fluency progress with RDLA195, Teaching Reading Fluency.
This PBS TeacherLine online course, which begins April 30th and ends June 10th, is also ideal for teachers who work with older, struggling readers. Content aligns with the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), International Reading Association (IRA) standards, and the Common Core State Standards.
The course earns 40 SC Renewal credits (or 2 graduate credits for an additional fee).
To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address, have your class join a national effort to encourage everyone in America to video record themselves reading or reciting the famous speech. Then, on April 15, tune in for the premiere of The Address, a 90-minute feature length documentary by Ken Burns that tells the story of the Greenwood School, a tiny school in Putney, Vermont, where the students are encouraged to practice, memorize, and recite the Gettysburg Address each year. In its exploration of the Greenwood School, the film also unlocks the history, context and importance of President Lincoln’s…
Ken Burns tells the story of a tiny school in Putney, Vermont – the Greenwood School – where each year the students are encouraged to memorize, practice and recite the Gettysburg Address. In this exploration of the Greenwood School and its students, boys ages 11-17 who all face a range of complex learning differences, the film also unlocks the history, context and importance of President Lincoln’s most powerful address.
The Address on April 15 at 9:00 p.m. reveals how President Lincoln’s historic words motivate and engage these students a century-and-a-half after Lincoln delivered a speech that would go…
Teachers, time’s running out to earn renewal or graduate credits by this year’s June 30th deadline. ETV’s TeacherLine Southeast program has several courses available for you - enroll today!
New to TeacherLine? These award-winning online courses:
* were developed with leading education producers and experts including The National Board, Concord Consortium, McRel, NASA, and others
* are aligned to Common Core, NCTM, NCTE, IRA and other standards
* use best practices for integrating technology into the curriculum
* are led by a highly-qualified facilitator who guides discussion and provides feedback
* include a robust peer discussion…
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Speaking of Schools Podcast
Supported by the South Carolina Department of Education, this half-hour show is hosted by Doug Keel and features various guests.
A First for a Children’s Museum and High Marks for State Standards On Civil Rights Education
Monday - April 14, 2014
Charleston Commemorates the Brown Decision, Girls Circle Training and a Technology Fair
Monday - April 07, 2014
College Transition Connection Awareness and the Role of Briggs vs. Elliott in the Brown Decision
Monday - March 31, 2014