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Free, Quality Resources & Educator Guest Blogger Series

August 29, 2018 - Posted in Education by Bette Jamison
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We invite you to learn about the education services available to you, our valued SC teachers!

Visit the new, improved PBS LearningMedia site with PBS programs and segments you can use. 

Do you have a LearningWhy account? Create your free account to access complete lesson plans + additional secure resources in

Sign up for our online education newsletter – the monthly ed-news bulletin! And, check out our education page with new Educator Guest Blogger Series, featuring SC innovative educators!

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SC educators have access to a variety of FREE multimedia through SCETV!

SC educators have access to South Carolina’s PBS LearningMedia!

And, starting this month, this source for national content, including many valuable PBS programs and segments for educational use, has a NEW look and SEARCH feature.  Check out the improved navigation feature today! This is your resource for a wide variety of national content, including many valuable PBS programs for educational use. 

Set up your free account NOW:

LearningWhy is ETV Education’s newest service designed to promote student achievement and meet the needs of our SC educators! Available to all SC educators – public, private, charter, virtual and home schools - LearningWhy provides complete Pre-K-12 lessons for one-to-one environments, project-based learning and traditional classroom settings. These innovative lessons from a variety of sources are vetted and editable:

Create your free account NOW:

One log-in for both services!                                

In, you’ll find the rich programs that SCETV produced and national programs with rights for SC schools to use also housed in the “ETV StreamlineSC Collection.” Access to most of the resources in is password free, but SC educators must create a free LearningWhy account to access the secure national and some ETV-produced programs, including Magic School Bus (through a partnership with the State Library), Baker’s Dozen, Scholastic Children’s Stories, America at Its Best, etc. (“lock” icon indicates secure). 


ETV Education’s NEW Educator Guest Blogger Series

ETV Education’s new Educator Guest Blogger Series, featuring SC educators recognized for innovation in the classroom, kicked-off in August with a post by Adam Babcock of Spartanburg District 7. Adam was chosen as one of the first PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovators when the national competition launched in 2014. Other guest bloggers will 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. The new blogger series will serve as an additional platform to our Carolina Classroom television and web series to elevate and share SC educators’ voices and the accomplished work they are doing.

LEARN about the PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovator program, the PBS Media Literacy Educator Certification by KQED and free media literacy courses.


VIEW New September Educator Guest Blogger Series post “Successfully Starting Off the School Year with Classroom Technology” by Carla Jefferson, Darlington County Schools and the 2016 Lead PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovator for SC.


VIEW August Educator Guest Blogger Series post by Adam Babcock, Spartanburg District 7 and 2014 PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovator: Parenting Students with School-Assigned Devices


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