Education

ETV Program Highlights for June 2019

By Jonathan Faulk

image from Ready Jet Go!

In June, don't miss the premiere of ETV's Beyond Barbados: The Carolina Connection, a documentary that explores the complex story of Barbados and South Carolina. Watch Lorraine Hansberry: American Masters ® that looks at the life and work of the A Raisin in the Sun playwright and enjoy a special Ready Jet Go! where Jet and his friends learn about Neil Armstrong the Apollo Space program. SCETV is your destination for learning!

Now I'm Here | Endowment Intern Sarah

By Sarah Pritchard

Sarah shows off her desk.

As Brian May once wrote, "Here I stand (here I stand) / Looked around, around, around, around, around." That's how I felt on my first day. I was nervous and felt overwhelmed by everything, but I somehow managed to lose those feelings within the first couple of hours.  I have been keeping a journal, so I can remember everything that happens each day. I have found this to be very helpful, as the days do seem to run together. Below is a summary with the highlights of each day of my first week.

SC African American History Calendar - June Honoree: Janice Marshall

By Bette Jamison

Images from SC African American History Calendar - June Honoree: Janice Marshall

Janice Wannamaker Marshall, a St. Matthews, S.C. native, is the daughter of Verna Wannamaker Abney. She is married to Dr. Henry Thomas Marshall Jr. and, together, are the proud parents to their only daughter. Marshall was educated in the Calhoun County Public School System before attending Claflin University, earning a bachelor’s degree in Social Studies.

ETV Education’s Educator Guest Blogger Series

By Bette Jamison

Hands on keyboard

ETV Education’s Educator Guest Blogger Series, featuring South Carolina educators recognized for innovation in the classroom, continue to provide interesting and relevant ideas for SC teachers! Our guest bloggers include additional PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovator winners, educators who earn the new PBS Media Literacy Certification, and other educators recognized for their skilled use of technology in the classroom.

History In A Nutshell, Episode 5 - The French And Indian War, Part 2

By Andrew Davis

This Painting Depicts British Forces Fighting Back Against Cherokee Indians in the Carolina wilderness.

The French and Indian War may have begun in 1754; however, war between France and Great Britain was not officially declared until 1756, with the start of the Seven Years War. Between 1756-1757, Lieutenant General Louis Joseph de Montcalm's French and Native American forces had a string of victories. Although the Siege at Fort William Henry was a French victory, Montcalm managed to alienate both his Native American allies, and the British, as a result of the Fort William Henry Massacre. 

Explore Military History

By Ty Moody

soliders

Just in time for Memorial Day, we want to introduce or re-introduce the SCETV Military Collection.  The collection offers a historical look at past wars and spotlights service men and women who have made great sacrifices for their country and fellow Americans. 

On-demand content has been provided from SCETV and South Carolina Public Radio for World War I, World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War. 

Some additional highlights include new content from Digital Studios. 

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