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SCETV’s LearningWhy Complete Lessons – Create Your FREE Account, FB + More

February 1, 2018 - Posted in Education by Bette Jamison
Screen shot of LearningWhy website

This school year, SCETV Education “rolled out” a new service designed to promote student achievement, celebrate best teaching practices and meet the needs of our South Carolina educators! LearningWhy offers complete Pre-K-12 classroom lessons for one-to-one environments and project-based learning, plus traditional classroom lessons – all vetted and editable.

We invite ALL South Carolina educators - in public, private, charter, virtual or home schools - to utilize ETV’s NEW, free, innovative service so …

Create your own free account NOW:

With your account to LearningWhy you may access complete Pre-K-12 classroom lessons.

But, that’s not all!  In LearningWhy teachers can share their ‘A-Ha Moments’ with other teachers using the Learning Outcomes feature.

How does this work??

  1. Register with LearningWhy
  2. Create a profile
  3. Upload or use a lesson in LearningWhy
  4. Click on Learning Outcomes feature
  5. Share pictures or videos of your awesome classroom ‘A-Ha’ moments
  6. Let others revel in your teaching AWESOMENESS!

Create your FREE account:

In addition to providing access to LearningWhy lessons, your free account will also allow access to secure resources now housed in ETV’s Most of the content in is available without password protection, but some resources are only available for South Carolina educators to use with their students so … these are available to you with your LearningWhy account!


SCETV Education now has a Facebook page! Visit SCETV Education to like our page and get updates on PD courses and classroom resources!



Sign up to receive the ETV Education online newsletter, so you’ll know about resources available and more! The ed-news bulletin is emailed 10 times a year to provide key information on new SCETV Education services, free technology training, renewal/graduate courses, and SCETV/PBS programming. Go to - look at bottom of page. Click “Education Newsletter.” 

We want to serve you!  Questions or concerns … please contact us:

800-277-3245 (toll free)   803-737-3245 (local)

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