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ETV Education’s Educator Guest Blogger Series

February 1, 2019 - Posted in Education 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...

Lights! Camera! Integrate! Impacting Students and Your Curriculum Through Video/Green Screen Project Based Learning

February 1, 2019 - Posted in Education by Laura Adair
assorted images from student green-screen projects

From our Educator Guest Blogger Series “You've clearly stolen their hearts,” What a joy to read this recently from a teacher whose class I’ve been working with this year. In all fairness, here’s the rest of the sentence “as every group wants to do another green screen video...

Let’s Go! | S.C. Confederate Relic Room and Military Museum

February 1, 2019 - Posted in Education by Tabitha Safdi
S.C. Confederate Relic Room and Military Museum

Founded in 1896, the South Carolina Confederate Relic Room and Military Museum is the third oldest museum in the state. The museum focuses on South Carolina’s military history from the Revolutionary War to the present. “History is about people,” says Joe Long, Curator of...

Coming to PBS - February 2019

February 1, 2019 - Posted in SCETV
Sammy Davis, Jr

Black History Month * GREAT PERFORMANCES AT THE MET “Marnie” ( Friday, February 1, 9:00-11:30 p.m. ET) Watch composer Nico Muhly’s reimagining of Winston Graham’s novel about a beautiful, mysterious woman who assumes multiple identities. Starring Isabel Leonard in the title...

Let’s Go! | H. L. Hunley

February 1, 2019 - Posted in Education by Tabitha Safdi
H. L. Hunley

The Civil War-era was one of industrious innovation and sweeping economic and cultural change. On February 17th, 1864, the H. L. Hunley became the first successful combat submarine in world history with the sinking of the USS Housatonic. After completing her mission, she...

Let’s Go! | Woodrow Wilson Family Home

February 1, 2019 - Posted in Education by Tabitha Safdi
Woodrow Wilson Home

The Woodrow Wilson Family Home is South Carolina's only remaining presidential site. The home is now a museum featuring the history of Reconstruction. The home was built in 1871 when, at the age of 14, “Tommy” Woodrow Wilson and his family moved to Columbia. According to...

President's Corner Monthly Newsletter, February 2019

February 1, 2019 - Posted in SCETV by Anthony Padgett
Black Ballerina

Dear Viewers and Listeners: In February, SC Public Radio holds the “No Pledge Drive” Pledge Drive, designed specifically to NOT interrupt your favorite programs. The membership campaign begins February 1, and we are asking our listeners to help us “make it happen” by...

Let’s Go | Mann-Simons Site

February 1, 2019 - Posted in Education by Tabitha Safdi
Mann-Simons Site

On the corner of Marion and Richland streets in downtown Columbia stands the Mann-Simons site. The Mann-Simons Site was a collection of commercial and domestic spaces owned and operated by the same African American family from at least 1843 until 1970. Only one house stands...

Time of Tradition and Transition: A Symposium on the South and World War I - March 14-15, 2019 - Lander University

February 1, 2019 - Posted in Education by Bette Jamison
Lander Symposium on the South and World War I - Time, Tradition and Transition

Lander University is primed to further understanding of how World War I affected the South in this centennial year of the war’s conclusion. Greenwood has had debate on commemoration because the local war memorial listed fallen soldiers’ names by race. Local American Legion...

SCETV PBS LearningMedia: Contextualizing the March on Washington & More

February 1, 2019 - Posted in Education by Mimi Wortham-Brown
Image from PBS LearningMedia - March on Washington

Contextualizing the March on Washington The 1963 March on Washington was a promise of unity. Help your students appreciate the significance of this event – and its role in the larger Civil Rights Movement. Discover more in this collection of lesson plans, firsthand accounts...

Greenville Man Worked with NASA as "First Artist of Space"

February 1, 2019 - Posted in SC Public Radio by Tut Underwood
In the 1960s, Renato Moncini attended every rocket launch at Cape Canaveral/Kennedy on his own time.

In the 1960s, Renato Moncini attended every rocket launch at Cape Canaveral/Kennedy on his own time. Here he readies his materials to paint one of the launches. Credit Courtesy of the artist. Greenville artist Renato Moncini is a native of Italy, but between his journey...

"M" is for Museum of Education

February 1, 2019 - Posted in Education by Alfred Turner
South Carolina From A to Z

"M" is for Museum of Education. Founded in 1977, the Museum of Education was established as a repository for archives, references, and artifacts related to the culture of educational life in South Carolina. It later expanded to house selected archival collections related to...

Change in S.C. Constitution Affects the Lt. Governor and the State Senate

February 1, 2019 - Posted in SC Public Radio by Russ McKinney
S.C. Senate President Harvey Peeler, R-Cherokee (L).

When sworn in as the state’s new Lieutenant Governor last month Pamela Evette made history. She became the first Lieutenant Governor elected as a Governor’s running mat instead of running for the office independently of the Governor. The primary duty of the Lieutenant...

South Carolina Lede: Greenwood Live Taping

January 31, 2019 - Posted in This Week in South Carolina by Gavin Jackson
Greenwood

The South Carolina Lede is hosting its February live taping in Greenwood on Feb. 21! Come listen to some of the state’s top political journalists discuss the top issues of the legislative session. Join host Gavin Jackson, along with South Carolina Public Radio and other...

Sisters Born during Vietnam War Find Each Other while Searching for American Fathers

January 31, 2019 - Posted in SC Public Radio by Victoria Hansen
Ann and Lisa (left to right) at the beach in Charleston

Ann Marie Luc was just a year old when her mother gave her away in Vietnam. She was born to a Vietnamese woman and an American father serving in the Army during the Vietnam War. She had been passed between several families and had four different names by the time she was 17...

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