Amanda Beck

Datacasting and Remote Learning Program Coordinator

Amanda Beck is SCETV’s Datacasting and Remote Learning Project Coordinator. In the position, she works diligently to help South Carolina students, with little to no internet access at home, obtain the ability to connect with educational content curated specifically for them (i.e., class work, homework, enrichment activities, and reinforcement activities) through technology called datacasting.

“I cannot tell you how excited I am to be a part of this innovative project and to be a part of the SCETV Family! Public Television and Radio have always held a special place in my heart, and now to be involved in its legacy is truly surreal to me.”

Ms. Beck has a BS in Elementary Education from Grand Canyon University and a M.Ed. in Educational Leadership and Management from the University of South Carolina. An educator in South Carolina Public Schools for 14 years, her passion was to impact all those who crossed her path, from students to parents to colleagues to community partners, by building strong and trusting relationships that extended beyond her classroom walls. She brings that same drive and passion to the SCETV Family and our communities across the state by providing technology and resources that create equity for all learners, so that they too can share her love and excitement for learning.

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    Datacasting: Technology to combat the Digital Divide

    Did you encounter students who were unable to complete assignments outside of school due to internet connectivity issues? SCETV has a viable option, for students with little to no internet availability at home, to receive educational content in their homes as long as they...
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    Amanda Beck joins Team ETV

    Greetings! My name is Amanda Beck and I am SCETV’s new Datacasting and Remote Learning Project Coordinator. In this position, I will be working diligently to help South Carolina students, with little to no internet access at home, to obtain the ability to connect with...