Keep on your flip flops and register for the ETV Teacher Recertification SUMMER session! Registration for SUMMER session extended through July 10. You must complete course(s) by August 24.
Learn and earn from anywhere 24/7 with ETV Teacher Recertification:Approved by SDE for 20 renewal credits each Facilitated online and self-paced (start work July 1 or later/complete work by August 24) $75 per course (pay online by credit card or send check) 53 courses: ELA, science, math, career ed, the arts, plus Safe Schools (bullying/cyber safety) SUMMER session dates: Starts July 1 and Ends August 24…
American Graduate: Let’s Make It Happen is a national dropout prevention initiative of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. SCETV is one of 33 American Graduate hub stations.
During Teacher Appreciation Week, ETV is reaching out to all South Carolinians to become American Graduate Champions. Parents, educators, volunteers … You are invited sign up!An American Graduate Champion is someone who: commits time, skills and resources to make sure that young people succeed plays an active role in improving educational outcomes for students, such as a parent who is active in the lives of…
Join the South Carolina School Boards Association (SCSBA) for the weekly “Voices for Education” podcast! SCSBA Communications Coordinator Baker Maultsby talks with educators, policymakers, and others whose work affects public schools and the students they serve.
Programs are produced weekly and posted by date and content. Listen at your computer or download the file to a mobile device and listen at your convenience.
In a recent segment produced May 1, 2015, Baker Maultsby talked with Dean Byrd, Director of Education at South Carolina Educational Television. Dean and his staff work with schools and teachers all over the state…
South Carolina ETV is pleased to announce that Amanda Kruysman of Gold Hill Middle School in Fort Mill has been selected to serve as a 2015 PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovator.
“We’re thrilled to see a Fort Mill native recognized and asked to serve by PBS,” said Linda O’Bryon, president and CEO of ETV. “ETV’s web resources for schools such as PBS Learning Media and StreamlineSC depend on innovative teaching, and “Coach Kay” serves as an impressive example.”
Kruysman is an eighth grade English teacher at Gold Mill Middle School in Fort Mill, South Carolina. Called “Coach Kay”…
180 Days: Hartsville, the national co-production and presentation from South Carolina ETV, is now accessible in StreamlineSC, ETV’s online video-on-demand resource for SC educators! Look for the two complete documentaries, follow-up panel discussion program, short video clips from programs, and the discussion guide for further community outreach – all available online in StreamlineSC!
180 Days: Hartsville is the story of “One Town - Two Schools - One Family - One Year.” Allowing viewers to experience a year inside two elementary schools in Hartsville, South Carolina, the groundbreaking programs were originally broadcast in March 2015 across the national on…
The South Carolina State Museum is proud to offer several FREE summer workshops for 4th and 8th grade teachers in our brand new, state-of-the-art Boeing Observatory. Workshop participants will learn how to operate the 1926 Alvan Clark telescope, TheSky software, Registax, and learn the mechanics of our distance learning programs. By learning these skills, teachers will be able to control the telescope from their classroom, no matter where they are in the state.
FOR INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER: http://scmuseum.org/education/professional-development/
There are two different types of workshops teachers can take…
Between the Waters Project: The Historic Friendfield Village Outreach Event, a panel discussion and social media talkback, will air on YouTube, ETV.org, and the Between the Waters blog “Making History Together” www.makinghistorybtw.com on March 20 at 5 p.m. A recorded version of the event will also be made available on ETV’s Streamline at a later date.
Moderator Dr. Valinda Littlefield, Associate Professor of History at the University of South Carolina, will be joined by a panel of distinguished guests who will share the history and lived experiences of African Americans who once lived at Friendfield Village,…
A Take on the South is a series of eight one-hour video lessons about the South, produced by ETV in a debate format for USC’s Institute for Southern Studies, and moderated by Dr. Walter Edgar, historian and author. Each program restores the time-honored tradition of true debate, providing thought-provoking positions, which are relevant and substantive, leading to inquiry and truth. Two distinguished scholars each present positions on interesting topics about the South. After each debate, Dr. Edgar joins in a discussion with the guests on the topic.
View all eight programs in A Take on the South series:…
Over 75,000 online K-12 media resources free to all SC schools and supporting institutions
ETV's educational Web portal with interactive sites for K-12 students, teachers + parents
ETV Teacher Courses
ETV online professional development sites for PreK-12 educators, renewal or grad credit
Smart Cat's place for kids to learn though proven interactivities with PBS Kids characters
PBS Learning Media
PBS partnership makes robust online video resources available to South Carolina educators
ETV's education series airs last Wednesday of each month at 7 pm (repeats SCC/ETV World)
ETV’s initiative to help local communities find solutions to address the dropout crisis
One-stop-shop for teachers to find media resources, training and access school’s TV Guide
Speaking of Schools Podcast
Supported by SC Department of Education, host Doug Keel features K-12 education topics
FastForward / GED
Adult Ed online media: GED, Pre-GED, Workplace Essential Skills, basic 3 R’s + life skills