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…
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What is the PBS KIDS GO! Writers Contest and who can enter?
The PBS KIDS GO! Writers Contest is a national-local contest designed to promote the advancement of children’s reading skills through hands-on, active learning. The Contest encourages children in grades K-3 in communities across the country to celebrate the power of creating stories and illustrations by submitting their own original pieces.When does it start and how do I sign up?
The Contest starts in January 2012. To download an entry form click here.…
Not In Our Town: Class Actions premieres on PBS next week on Monday, Feb. 13. This 30-minute program showcases real-world models to stand up to hate and bullying in secondary schools and on college campuses.
Rights: SCH/1YRNot In Our Town makes films to help you tackle the important issues in your community. http://www.niot.org/ Tell your friends, colleagues and family about the program. Spread the word via social media, like Facebook and Twitter.
Students can discover how enslaved Americans made choices every day during the Civil War that helped bring about their freedom.
The CWEFT programs use 21st century technology to enrich the teaching of history and social studies, making the subjects exciting and relevant to today’s classrooms. The field trips are correlated to national standards and provide a dramatic and compelling learning experience for 4th and 5th grade students. Though schools may view the programs free and record them with 10-day fair use rights (can tape and use for 10 days from broadcast date, but must erase…
If you missed the live program, you can view the video online via the ETV American Graduate website or on etvStreamlineSC, on which educators may view and download the video. This program provides updated information on ways to access money for college. The information is timely and especially helpful to seniors and their parents. In addition to providing key information and a forum for questions to be answered, this year’s program features a special segment on high school guidance services to help students find financial help for college that was taped at Wando High School in the Charleston County School District. Also, these students…
Mission US is a multimedia project that immerses players in U.S. history content through free interactive games.
Mission 1: For Crown or Colony? puts players in the shoes of Nat Wheeler, a printer’s apprentice in 1770 Boston. They encounter both Patriots and Loyalists, and when rising tensions result in the Boston Massacre, they must choose where their loyalties lie.
In Mission 2: Flight to Freedom, players take on the role of Lucy King, a fictional 14-year-old enslaved in Kentucky in 1848. As they navigate her escape and journey to Ohio via the Underground Railroad, they…
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A WhatWorksSC Award Candidate: Reach Out and Read Carolinas
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