The South Carolina Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (SC ABOTA) presents the Sixth Annual James Otis Lecture Series in observance of National Constitution Day. The topic for the 2014 James Otis Lecture is The Magna Carta.
Broadcast live from the State House in the House Chamber, the program’s topic of discussion is The Magna Carta, in observance of the approaching 800th anniversary. The featured speaker is Sir Robert Worchester, Emeritus Chancellor of the University of Kent, who will discuss The Magna Carta, “foundation of liberty,” and its relevance in the 21st century.
Sir Robert, a…
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).
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, 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…
In the March 30th edition of Education Insight--Career and Workforce Development, ETV will take a look at workplace opportunities in South Carolina. Manufacturing jobs have become high tech. It's not your grandfather's factory anymore. We'll explore the knowledge and skill requirements and available opportunities in the areas of agriculture, healthcare, manufacturing, military and tourism. View the full program now at http://www.scetv.org/educationinsight/. In addition to the video, the Education Insight website also providess access to supporting components.
The next edition of ETV’s new education series will air live on Sunday, May 4, from 5:00-6:00 p.m.…
In the documentary When the Bough Breaks, pediatricians, reading teachers and interventionists outline their strategies in teaching infants and early school age children literacy strategies at much earlier ages. The Education Oversight Committee (EOC) will host a premiere of the documentary, which has been produced and directed by Bud Ferillo, on April 8.
Dr. David Walsh, Jr., a nationally renowned psychologist and author, introduces the film with his findings on brain development through exciting advances in neuroscience that prove the value of early childhood reading initiatives and the importance of caring adults in the lives of children. Pat…
Presented by Alabama Public TV (APT), an interactive webcast entitled Project C: Lessons from the American Civil Rights Movement: Modern Day Civil Right Issues (Episode 3) is designed for students in grades 7-12. SC schools can register ahead to access the FREE webcasts on April 10 at 11:00-11:30 a.m. and 1:00-1:30 p.m. (EDT). The pre-produced content for both webcasts will be identical, but the live, interactive portion will be unique to each. Registration will enable you to access and participate in either one or both webcasts.
Project C is a three-year series of electronic field trips…
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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.
The 2014 James Otis Lecture and Finalists for the WhatWorksSC Award
Monday - September 15, 2014
College Night in the CSRA and the Year Ahead for SC Future Minds
Monday - September 08, 2014
The 2013 National Teacher of the Year Addresses the 2014 Teacher Forum
Monday - September 01, 2014