Educators, enroll now for TeacherLine Southeast courses beginning March 26. Earn renewal or graduate credits while boosting your reading instruction skills, learning how to promote student collaboration through the use of technology, or enriching your knowledge of American history and methods to bring it to life in the classroom. Choose from 19 courses in all, plus more to begin on April 30!
New to TeacherLine? TeacherLine’s 6-week, online courses are fully facilitated and feature dynamic media, real-world assignments, a highly-rated peer discussion board, and more! Many courses are Common Core aligned and all are standards- and research-based.…
Funded by a grant from the US Department of Homeland Security, the South Carolina Division of State Information Technology (DSIT) partnered with ETV to develop several online training modules for all public safety personnel and emergency responders throughout our state. The goal of this free training is to introduce the basics of radio communications and interoperability, to demonstrate the critical importance of effective communication across public safety jurisdictions and disciplines, and to identify the various methods available to achieve successful interoperability in South Carolina.
This interactive multimedia online instruction, developed with the generous assistance of several public safety…
Teachers, share with your students one of the greatest stories of all time – how did animal life evolve on planet earth?
Download or stream these short videos to help students learn about this dramatic rise of the animal kingdom and how those first animals lead to the astonishing diversity we see on earth today:
Stunning animations explain the intricate inner workings of animals’ bodies, demonstrating how form and function are complementary.
Never before filmed animal behaviors show animals hunting and feeding in their natural habitats.
Scientists are shown at work, as they study paleontology,…
In 1954, the Supreme Court's landmark ruling in Brown v. Board of Education declared segregated schools unconstitutional and sparkeda decade of groundbreaking civil rights activism and legislation.Using archival news footage, primary sources, and interview segments filmed for Eyes on the Prize, this collection captures the voices,images, and events of the Civil Rights movement and the ongoing struggle for racial equality in America.
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Learn about the events that took place at the Lincoln Memorial during the 1963 March on Washington.
In 1996, in his State of the State address, Governor David Beasley outlined his vision for education and technology. As a result of the vision of the Governor, the Legislature, and education supporters throughout the state, the K-12 Technology Initiative was established. Here is an excerpt of Governor Beasley’s remarks from 1996.
The new "Common Core" sets the standard for learning in America, but how do states test for these new, more complex and career-ready skills? Special correspondent for education John Merrow examines the challenge facing schools and teachers in measuring things like critical thinking and collaboration.View the story.
Change is coming to classrooms around the country as school districts in 45 states and the District of Columbia are set to adopt the Common Core, a set of universal learning objectives meant to standardize what students are taught across the U.S.
What separates the Common Core from previous education programs is that it tells teachers what students must know, but allows individual classrooms and schools to decide for themselves how to reach these goals.
“It used to be, this is how you do it. Here are your steps. If you don’t do it that way, you’re wrong,”…
Teen Kids News (TKN), a current events series featuring news from around the world, is hosted by teens and provides information to kids in an educational and entertaining manner. TKN also highlights positive stories about kids doing amazing things and helping to make the world a better place. With educational content produced in partnership with Weekly Reader publication, TKN is formatted similarly to a newsmagazine and features special-interest, sports and entertainment stories and recommended for grades 6-10.
Teen Kids News (TKN) is now available in StreamlineSC sooner than planned! Prior to this school year,…
Provides video-on-demand service over the web, thousands of educational programs and is free to public, private, and home schools
Knowitall.org is ETV's educational Web portal, a collection of fun, interactive websites for K-12 students, teachers and parents.
ETV offers an array of professional development opportunities for PreK-12 educators, certified renewal or graduate credit.
ETV has partnered with PBS to make thousands of online resources available on-demand to South Carolina educators.
A simplified way for teachers to find the resources they need, access their school’s TV Guide, and find teacher recertification courses, development, and training.
Smart Cat's place for kids to play and explore hundreds of safe fun educational activities with PBS Kids characters.
Our Common Core Community is a free social network for teachers. Participate in the discussion or visit our “Collection” area to find hundreds of Common Core resources.
Adult Education videos on-demand: GED and Pre-GED, Workplace Essential Skills and videos for basic reading, writing, math and life skills.
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.
2014 Science Plus Institute and SC-SIC’s Annual Meeting and Riley Award Presentation
Monday - March 10, 2014
Principals of Excellence Discuss Establishing and Maintaining Professional Learning Communities
Monday - March 03, 2014
Beginnings: A New Program for South Carolina Children Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
Monday - February 24, 2014