Education

March into Spring with ETV Teacher Recertification … NEW Courses Added!

By Bette Jamison

Two women power walking and smiling

ETV provides quality professional development for South Carolina educators, continuing its strong commitment to education. Over 50 courses, including TWO NEW courses, for 20 renewal credits each are provided by ETV Teacher Recertification. ALL courses approved by the SC Department of Education for renewal credit for SC teachers. Register NOW for SPRING I session that runs March 19-May 14!

An Archaeology of Life in Charleston

By Walter Edgar

Trowel at an archaeological dig.

(Originally broadcast 12/01/2017) - In Charleston: An Archaeology of Life in a Coastal Community (2016, University Press of Florida), Martha Zierden, Curator of Historical Archaeology at The Charleston Museum; and, Dr. Betsy Reitz, University of Georgia Athens, weave archaeology and history to illuminate this vibrant, densely packed Atlantic port city. They detail the residential, commercial, and public life of the city, the ruins of taverns, markets, and townhouses, including those of Thomas Heyward, shipping merchant Nathaniel Russell, and William Aiken.

ETV Endowment Meet & Greet with New SCETV President & CEO Anthony Padgett

By Kaitlyn Cannon

Mr. Padgett addressing the crowd.

The room was full—with more than 65 local residents—as SCETV’s new President and CEO, Anthony Padgett, took the stage at the ETV Endowment Meet & Greet this past Monday at the Family Trust Federal Credit Union in Rock Hill, S.C. Hosted by Dick McCoy, David Vipperman, Gary Williams, and the Family Trust, the event was held to introduce Mr. Padgett to the community. This event was one of several planned across the state to introduce Mr. Padgett to the many diverse regions and communities of South Carolina.

SC Town Highlights Inclusion through Theatre

By Tabitha Safdi

Greenwood Community Theatre's Penguin Project

Greenwood Community Theatre took on an important project last fall. It’s a theatre project called the Penguin Project. Plays performed by the Penguin Project provide young artists that are differently abled (including Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, autism, intellectual disabilities, learning disabilities, visual impairment, hearing impairment, delays, emotional disorders, and other neurological disorders) the opportunity to star in the roles of a musical.

Aiken Young Farmers Agribusiness Association

By Sean Flynn

Amanda and Gloria Wade in a Greenhouse

"Making It Grow" visited Aiken High School in Aiken, SC and the Aiken young Farmers Agribusiness Association. Every school with an agriculture class must have an adult component. To learn more, Clemson Extension Agent Amanda McNulty talks with Master Gardener and retired teacher Gloria Wade about the projects and goals of their class. We also see the class in action as they are propagating and growing plants for an upcoming event.

A Journey From Farm to Table

By Kaitlyn Park

Chefs at Watson Farms

The phrase "farm to table" has become ubiquitous when discussing modern cuisine, but many diners may not understand the collaboration that is necessary between farmers and restaurants for a product to appear on a plate, and how a farmer's process can influence flavors.

Innovative LearningWhy Provides 1-to-1, PBL + Traditional Lessons

By Bette Jamison

Screen shot of LearningWhy website

SCETV’s innovative LearningWhy offers complete Pre-K-12 project-based, one-to-one and traditional classroom lessons, all vetted and editable. Designed to promote student achievement and meet the needs of our SC educators, this new, free service is available to ALL South Carolina educators - public, private, charter, virtual or home schools.

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