Education

Learning is fun with national peers & PBS

By K.Finger

picture of several educatorsBored at the thought of more PD? Maybe you're missing engagement. Find it in a PBS TeacherLine facilitated course! Not only will your facilitator actively guide you through the course and provide feedback, you'll enjoy a lot of interaction with your national peers - sharing best practices, new ideas, and the challenges and triumphs of teaching. Get engaged and be inspired - online learning doesn't have to be boring! TeacherLine facilitated courses are offered to begin almost every month; upcoming start dates include March 11 and April 8, 2020 . "Every day I'd run home to see what my other...

Women’s History Month: Resources for SC schools

By Bette Jamison

Logos representing ETV Women's History ContentWomen’s History Month (WHM) commemorates and encourages the study, observance and celebration of the vital role of women in American history. Women have made extraordinary contributions in the fields of education, science, law, government, medicine, the arts, public service, and more.

SC African American History Calendar: March Honoree - Mignon Clyburn

By Andrew Davis

SC African American History Calendar - March Honoree: Mignon Clyburn Mignon L. Clyburn became the first woman head of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) when she was appointed Acting Chair by President Barack Obama in May 2013. She was also the first African American woman nominated to the commission. She served on the FCC for nearly nine years.

Your Technology Secret Weapon: Collaborating with Your School Librarian

By Tamara Cox

photo of school library/media centerFrom our Educator Guest Blogger Series Did you know that librarians aren't just literacy experts? Your school librarian can be your technology secret weapon by leading PD, modeling, co-planning, and co-teaching tech-infused lessons. Librarians in South Carolina are certified K-12 teachers with a Masters degree in Library and Information Science and we LOVE to collaborate with other teachers. We can be your partner when you want to try a new tool, spice up a unit, or try something out of the ordinary. I would like to share some of my favorite collaborations to help inspire you to work with...

Carolina Classrooms: School Climate - View online!

By Karen Hermann

Carolina Classrooms graphic in classroom with kids and teacher working on a projectOur Carolina Classrooms: School Climate from February 26 is now available online! Carolina Classrooms is ETV’s educational series for teachers, parents and all citizens invested in the education of our children.

March 2020 ETV program highlights

By Jonathan Faulk

Graphic from Xavier Riddle and the Secret Movie: I Am Madam PresidentETV presents programs of interest to teachers and students! Don’t miss a special Xavier Riddle for Women’s History Month, plus the start of season 2 of Pinkalicious & Peterrific. And, be sure to catch Niall Ferguson’s Networld on March 17!

ETV Education celebrates National School Breakfast Week & more

By Salandra Bowman

SCETV National School Breakfast Week graphicRegardless of the time, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. March 2 – 6, ETV Education will celebrate National School Breakfast Week in collaboration with Colleton County School District, Richland County School District 2, and Williamsburg County First Steps.

EOC releases Report on State-funded Full Day 4K

By Bette Jamison

SC Education Oversight CommitteeThe General Assembly first created and funded the Child Development Education Pilot Program (CERDEP) by a budget proviso in Fiscal Year 2006-07. In 2014 the General Assembly codified the program in Act 284 and renamed it the South Carolina Child Early Reading Development and Education Program. CERDEP provides full-day early childhood education for at-risk children who are four years of age by September 1.

University of Possibilities

By Ricky Taylor

Students  A program at the University of South Carolina is getting middle school students excited about college. Watch the full episode: Education Highlights in South Carolina

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