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Carolina Classrooms: School Climate Feb. 26 on SCETV
Mark your calendar to tune in February 26 at 7:00 p.m. on SCETV when the topic on Carolina Classrooms is School Climate.
Carolina Classrooms is ETV’s educational series for teachers, parents and all citizens invested in the education of our children.
This edition of Carolina Classrooms explores ways in which South Carolina schools are helping students feel safe and comfortable in their classrooms as we address the important question: “What is the school climate in South Carolina?”
Parents, educators and students will share programs already in place in our state, and offer their advice on how to contribute to a positive school climate in this special hosted by Angel Malone, Career and Technology Education Director at the South Carolina Department of Education.
Highlights of the program include:
- Principal Gary Culler partnered with Prisma Health to provide mental health training to students at Easley High School. The students are taught to recognize mental health issues in their fellow students and what they can do to help each other.
- Charleston teacher Patrick Martin and Towner Magill are cofounders of the Safe Schools Project, a group that advocates for more school counselors, smaller class sizes and safer schools.
- Sherrie Beaver, School Counselor Liaison with the South Carolina Department of Education, will share the role school counselors play in supporting students.
- Dr. Aditi Srivastav Bussells, Director of Research for the Children's Trust of South Carolina, will discuss ACEs - Adverse Childhood Experiences.
Be sure to join us for this important Carolina Classrooms program!
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The informational segments in the November 2019 Carolina Classrooms: STEAM, October 2019 Carolina Classrooms: College and Career Readiness, and August 2019 Carolina Classrooms: Teach Like Finland? Also, find other short, educational stories online for easy access: carolinaclassrooms.org
Access the new February 2020 program after it airs on SCETV and all past complete Carolina Classrooms programs to stay connected with education issues in our state! All broadcast programs posted online after initial broadcast: carolinaclassrooms.org
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