ETV at a Glance
Explore these ETV links and resources:
ETV’s reach in South Carolina goes well beyond Radio and TV. ETV supports education, promotes transparency, partners with public safety, connects citizens, and improves the quality of life and job readiness for the state. Join us for a look at some of ETV’s services and what people are saying about ETV.
ETV Community and State Partners
South Carolina State Museum
The partnership between the SC State Museum and ETV is one of incredible value and history. SCSM has been able to reach multiple audiences through ETV for decades, educating and inspiring South Carolina’s future generations. One of the most notable collaborations began in the 1970s with Rudy Mancke. As the SCSM’s first curator, he served as a naturalist and later host of ETV’s NatureScene, one of the ETV’s most popular and far-reaching programs to date. With Resources for Educators, ETV and SCSM have produced 35 shows over 6 seasons for South Carolina’s educators by using video to bring fragile artifacts…
S.C. Association of School Administrators
ETV partners with the S.C. Association of School Administrators (SCASA) throughout the year to help enhance and promote leadership and training efforts to superintendents, principals and other school administrators.
Part of SCASA’s mission is to be the leading force for public education in our state, to advocate for a superior education for the citizens of South Carolina and to ensure a cadre of effective leaders for our state’s schools.
Each year, ETV records and distributes to schools the announcement of SCASA’s Palmetto’s Finest Award winners. ETV also participates in and helps to support SCASA’s Innovative Ideas Institute, which each year provides access to stimulating…
Lexington School District One Award-Winning Teachers, Lynn Dempsey and Lori Russell
ETV would like to congratulate Lynn Dempsey from Lexington Elementary School and Lori Russell from Meadow Glen Elementary School, both of Lexington School District One, for coming in first place in the PBS LearningMedia and The Henry Ford's 2012 Teacher Innovator Awards.
Dempsey and Russell are two of only ten top place finishers nationwide recognized for their work utilizing technology in innovative ways to inspire and educate young minds. View the video below.
Dempsey's 4th grade class developed an election ballot using Google Docs. A mock election was then held for grades…