Colonial Williamsburg Electronic Field Trips support American history education for students in grades 4-8. ALL S.C. schools may view the electronic field trip programs on ETV’s South Carolina Channel (SCC).
The third program in the CWEFT series, entitled Women of the Revolution, airs December 12 at 1:00 pm. This program allows students to explore the bravery, loyalty and sacrifice of Deborah Sampson, Mary Perth, Martha Washington, and other women in this era as we look at their individual stories.
Through a partnership with ETV, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation and sponsoring donors, this year twenty-three schools in our state…
Educators are invited to attend POSSCON 2013, which is scheduled for March 27 & 28 at IT-oLogy in Columbia. POSSCON is an annual conference featuring open source software and hardware. In 2012 approximately 600 people attended from 20 states, including many educators.
At POSSCON, Sparkfun Electronics, the extremely popular distributor of the Arduino and seller of electronic components, will be offering Wednesday (March 27) sessions on "STEM in Schools" and “Open Hardware with GitHub”. They will also be offering two two-hour workshops on Thursday, March 28. The Thursday morning workshop will be "Soldering with Simon" and the…
South Carolina ETV, the statewide public television network, has a strong record of community service that includes civil rights programming, youth media literacy projects and technology training for teachers. In a state with dropout numbers consistently among the worst in the country, ETV is committed to identifying and implementing solutions to address the high school dropout crisis. Since early 2012 we have taken part in the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) sponsored public media initiative, American Graduate: Let's Make It Happen. Now, in collaboration with Write/Right to Change of Clemson University’s Strom Thurmond Institute, we have developed a new…
On January 28, 1986, NASA Challenger mission STS-51-L ended in tragedy when the shuttle exploded 73 seconds after takeoff. On board was physicist Ronald E. McNair, who was the second African American to enter space. But first, he was a kid with big dreams in Lake City, South Carolina. View the animation.
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February is Career and Technology Education Month as well as Job Shadowing Month in South Carolina! This month on Carolina Careers, we will review both events and share ways to enhance your CTE enrollment and your school’s work-based learning numbers.
Creating a Career with the Media Arts in Mind, Part 5 will continue our intriguing interview with South Carolina media arts specialists on their career pathways.…
On April 12, 2013, students from across South Carolina will experience the world at Global Education Day, which is also the kick-off event for the weekend long 18th Annual Columbia International Festival.
Dedicated exclusively to children, Global Education Day integrates fun and learning for a hands-on engagement with cultural richness in our communities. The focus for 2013's Global Education Day is South Asia, but will also include more than fifty other countries across Africa, Asia, the Carribean, Central America, Europe, and South America. At least sixty exhibitors will showcase many items from their native regions, including arts, crafts, and…
"We believe it is our responsibility to inspire and motivate students to be continuous learners. We know the needs of the future are different from the needs of the past and this requires us to transform how we teach. We are not afraid to learn with our students in creating these new learning experiences. As a result of this work, we will ensure our students are problem…
Finding Money for College 2013, a two-hour special to assist students and parents in looking for ways to pay for a college education is now available for viewing online!
The information in this special is very timely and especially needed for seniors and their parents.
Produced by the State Department of Education’s eMedia team in partnership with ETV, this NEW…
Provides video-on-demand service over the web, thousands of educational programs and is free to public, private, and home schools
ETV offers an array of professional development opportunities for PreK-12 educators, certified renewal or graduate credit.
Knowitall.org is ETV's educational Web portal, a collection of fun, interactive websites for K-12 students, teachers and parents.
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.
ETV’s online course management system is designed to help educators and state agency employees, such as CJA and Public Safety Officials.
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.
A WhatWorksSC Award Candidate: Reach Out and Read Carolinas
Monday - December 09, 2013
A WhatWorksSC Award Candidate: FMU Center of Excellence To Prepare Teachers of Children of Poverty
Monday - December 02, 2013
The Dick and Tunky Riley WhatWorksSC Award Candidate: Parents As Teachers
Monday - November 25, 2013