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.…
Would you like to know more about education in South Carolina? If so, there’s a new channel on the PBS Video Player at www.scetv.org that is just for you! It’s called ETV Education. The channel provides video on-demand, is open to the public, and may be accessed by visiting: http://video.scetv.org/program/etv-learn/
The ETV Education Channel not only provides access to these videos on-demand, but it also provides the option of viewing these videos with captions. Please check back often, as more content will continually be added to the ETV Education Channel.
To locate the channel from the SCETV website, visit…
An initiative of The University of South Carolina Libraries, The South Carolina Digital Newspaper Program (SCDNP) digitizes historical South Carolina newspapers as part of the National Digital Newspaper Program, a grant-funded partnership with the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and the Library of Congress.
SCDNP facilitates online access to these free, fully accessible, and full-text searchable newspapers. Since 2009, SCDNP has digitized 103,352 newspaper pages from 19 historical S.C. newspapers, ranging in date from 1860 to 1922. In 2011, SCDNP was awarded a second NDNP grant and will continue to add 100,000 more newspaper pages, ranging in date…
Here's a virtual tour of Indianland Elementary in Lancaster. Take a look! It will make your day! Principal Beth Blum welcomes you!
ETV’s online course services, working closely with the state’s Criminal Justice Academy, provide officers throughout the state the ability to take their recertification training online at their convenience. They can receive required certifications immediately upon successful completion of an online course, eliminating the need for travel and down-time for local law enforcement. For more information, call 800-277-3245.
Artopia is a comprehensive Web-based arts experience covering the visual and performing arts. Artopia features areas for exploring theater, music, dance, painting, sculpture, and media arts. Each area contains videos of artists discussing their work, along with activities and a One Minute Movie about each art form! Visit and enjoy exploring the arts!
On Artopia, students can closely examine important works of art and take part in activities that teach about styles, principles and processes of each art form. Visitors to the site have the opportunity to write about the artworks online and view videos of professional…
GED Connection These 39 programs will help you to prepare for all five subjects on the GED® exam, with special attention to the calculator used on the exam, the essay, special answer formats, and tips for test day.
Workplace Essential Skills Are you ready for a good job? Workplace Essential Skills covers the skills you'll need to find a job and strategies that will help you get ahead.
Visit ETV's Knowitall.org! www.knowitall.org Artopia Explore the arts and create your own online portfolio. Many South Carolinians are featured! Career Aisle Career development resources for students, parents and guidance professionals. Job shadowing videos feature many South Carolinians discussing their jobs. Caroliniana Collections Visit three image collections from the South Caroliniana Library—African Americana, S.C. Post Cards, and Yesterday’s Children. Circle of Inheritance This series examines the prehistoric & colonial history of South Carolina in four segments, produced…
Visit ETV's Knowitall.org! www.knowitall.org
Artopia Explore the arts and create your own online portfolio. Many South Carolinians are featured!
Career Aisle Career development resources for students, parents and guidance professionals. Job shadowing videos feature many South Carolinians discussing their jobs.
Caroliniana Collections Visit three image collections from the South Caroliniana Library—African Americana, S.C. Post Cards, and Yesterday’s Children.
Circle of Inheritance This series examines the prehistoric & colonial history of South Carolina in four segments, produced…
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.
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