Registration for SPRING I session is now open
Start date is March 24 and it ends May 18

Please note: Courses are not accessible until the
start date of the session

7 NEW courses will be added to SPRING I session!

-The Arts and Career Connections, Series I
-A Literary Tour of SC, Series II
-Math Strategies and Resources – Elementary
-Math Strategies and Resources – Middle/High
-Environmental Education in SC: Learning & Connecting
-Safe Schools: Bullying and Cyber Safety – Elementary
-Safe Schools: Bullying and Cyber Safety – Middle/High

 All courses listed below (except Natural History) offered in ALL sessions

Renewal Credit ONLY - - NO Graduate Credit
Courses facilitated online, self-paced and
approved by the SC Department of Education
Each course earns 20 renewal credits - Cost: $75.00 per course

Upcoming session to earn credit by June 30, 2015:
SPRING II  (May 1st to June 15th)

All work for WINTER session must be completed
by March 20th
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One-Hour or 20 Renewal Credits

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The following courses are designed around
Annenberg Professional Development Workshops


The Arts in Every Classroom

T he Arts in Every Classroom: A Video Library

Connecting with the Arts

Connecting with the Arts: A Teaching Practices Library



Teaching Reading: K-2 Workshop

Teaching Reading: K-2 Workshop: A Library of Classroom Practices

Teaching Reading: 3-5 Workshop

Engaging with Literature

Inside Writing Communities

Write in the Middle: A Workshop for Middle School Teachers

Making Meaning in Literature

Teaching Multicultural Literature: A Workshop for the Middle Grades

Artifacts & Fiction: Workshop in American Literature

Conversations in Literature

In Search of the Novel



Mathematics: What's the Big Idea?

The Missing Link

Essential Science for Teachers: Life Science

Essential Science for Teachers: Physical Science

Science in Focus: Energy

Learning Science Through Inquiry

Science in Focus: Force and Motion

The Science of Teaching Science

The Habitable Planet: A System Approach to Environmental Science



Social Studies in Action:
A Teaching Practices Library, K-5

Social Studies in Action:
A Teaching Practices LIbrary, 6-12

Social Studies in Action

Teaching Geography-Annenberg CPB

The Economics Classroom

Primary Sources: Workshops in American History

Making Civics Real: A Workshop for Teachers



See below for more courses on various subjects

(Unless otherwise noted all of these are for teachers of all grades)  

The Arts and Career Connections, Series I (NEW)



Career Education for Student Success, Series I



A Literary Tour of SC, Series I 

A Literacy Tours of SC, Series II (NEW)


Math Strategies and Resources: Elementary (NEW)

Math Strategies and Resources: Middle/High (NEW)



Enviromental Awarness and Conservation in SC and Beyond, Part 1

Environmental Education in SC: Learning & Connecting (NEW)



SC Chronicles Series I: Geography, Native Americans & Colonial Period

SC Chronicles Series II: The Winds of Discontent

SC Chronicles Series III: Post Revolutionary

SC Chronicles Series IV: Civil War

SC Chronicles Series V: Art and Culture

SC Chronicles VI: Reconstruction Era

SC Chronicles VII - Entering the 20th Century

Take on the South with Dr. Walter Edgar



SC Teachers on Teaching, Series I

SC Teachers on Teaching, Series II

Safe Schools: Bullying and Cyber Safety – Elementary (NEW)

Safe Schools: Bullying and Cyber Safety – Middle/High (NEW)


Natural History: In and Out of the Classroom with Rudy Mancke



Course Management

If you have any questions, please contact ETV at 1-888-761-8132 or

Payment Address:
SCETV Education
Attn: Erical Jones
1041 George Rogers Blvd.
Columbia, SC 29201

SC Department of Education
Office of Educator Services



Please review this document for course specifics (curriculum, structure and general directions)

Common Questions on Annenberg Videos

FAQs on ETV Teacher Recertification Courses


ETV recertification courses are only open to educators with a SC teaching certificate.

ETV provides Office of Educator Certification approved recertification courses. All courses are professional development courses only and may be used for certificate renewal credit. These courses cannot be used to satisfy undergraduate or graduate degree program requirements.

It is the EDUCATOR'S RESPONSIBILITY to contact a district professional development coordinator and/or an Office of Educator Certification analyst PRIOR TO REGISTRATION to determine if ETV offerings will meet professional development plan and/or certificate renewal requirements.

If you have questions concerning your recertification or status, go to on the Dept of Education website.

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