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Www.myscschools.com, South Carolina State Department Of Education For further information, explore the article "Some Thoughts about WebQuests" Tom March has written a new article on WebQuests, and it's very enlightening. Be sure to read it. the Web for k12 educators. Student-centered and market in Spartanburg, south carolina Alicia Womick, Math Teacher, the guidance counselor and researches schools and financial aid. http://www.sde.state.sc.us/
K-12 Education south carolina School Districts and k12 schools on the Net. southcarolina State Department of Education. US Department of Education. http://www.state.sc.us/edu/k-12les.html
Extractions: South Carolina School Districts and K-12 Schools on the Net South Carolina State Department of Education U.S. Department of Education Links to Other State Departments of Education South Carolina School Districts and K-12 Schools on the Net South Carolina State Department of Education U.S. Department of Education Links to Other State Departments of Education ... Return to South Carolina State Government Home Page
Extractions: See also SC K-12 Schools By County SC Education Directory Name Location Grades Abundant Life Academy Hardeeville Abundant Life Christian School Greenville Addlestone Hebrew Academy Charleston PreK-8 Aiken Christian Elementary School Aiken K-5 Aiken Christian School Aiken Aiken Preparatory School Aiken Archibald Rutledge Academy McClellanville K-12 Ashley Hall Charleston K-12 Beaufort Academy Beaufort PreK-12 Bishop England High School Daniel Island The Byrnes Schools Florence Calhoun Academy St. Matthews Calvary Christian School Myrtle Beach Camden Military Academy Camden Cardinal Newman School Columbia Carolina Springs Academy Abbeville Cathedral Academy North Charleston PreK-8 Charleston Catholic School Charleston Charleston Collegiate School Johns Island K-12 Charleston Day School Charleston Chesterbrook Academy Mount Pleasant Christ Church Episcopal School Greenville Primer-12 Christian Academy Myrtle Beach Christ Our King Stella Maris School Mount Pleasant PreK-8 College of Early Learning Columbia PreK-12 Montessori College Preparatory School - closed Charleston Columbia Jewish Day School Columbia Conway Christian School Conway Dorchester Academy St George East Carolina Academy Loris K-6 Easley Christian School Easley Eddlemon Adventist School Spartanburg K-9 Faith Center Academy Walhalla Faith Christian School Summerville Faith Christian Academy and Preschool Greenville PreK-11 First Baptist Church School Charleston Florence Christian School Florence Givhans Christian School Givhans Glenforest School Cayce K-12 Grace Christian School West Columbia
Extractions: This is the page to use to access DISCUS databases from home. Users will be prompted to enter a DISCUS-provided username and/or password. And/or, link to the main DISCUS web site : http://www.scdiscus.org NOTE: Schools that have dial-up Internet connections or other Internet connections that do not allow registration of static IP addresses must use the links on the K-12@Home page, along with the DISCUS-provided username and/or password, to access DISCUS databases while at school. School districts and schools should NOT make and host their own "DISCUS web sites" with links that are directed to DISCUS database URLs . DISCUS publicity directs school users to the K-12 access pages indicated above. In addition, the DISCUS Office does not provide instructions or support for schools to host their own DISCUS database links. We do not notify schools when database URLs change, but simply update the links on the K-12 access pages for you.
North Carolina K-12 Schools On The Web North carolina k12 schools on the web. North carolina School of Science andMathematics - Durham. south Brunswick High School (Unofficial) - southport. http://www.grandpajunior.com/NCarolina.shtml
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Thematic Mapping For K-12 Schools Thematic Mapping for k12 schools. This section allows you to work with maps.This includes population maps of south carolina dating back to the 1790's http://www.cla.sc.edu/cege/webmap/
Extractions: INDEX This section allows you to create your own maps, such as a dot density map or a choropleth map, with an existing database. Example of a choropleth map. Thematic Mapping for K-12 Schools This section allows you to work with maps. This includes population maps of South Carolina dating back to the 1790's, agriculture maps, and employment maps. Example of a population choropleth map. Social Economic Mapping for South Carolina This section links to a variety of interactive maps at the University of South Carolina. Link to Other Web Maps Back to South Carolina Geographic Alliance Home Page
Scott Most of the data accessible by the south carolina Geographic Alliance Mapping Programis recorded by county. Go to Mapping Tools for k12 schools. Back to INDEX. http://www.cla.sc.edu/cege/webmap/scott.html
Extractions: South Carolina Geographic Alliance Thematic Mapping Program The Thematic Mapping Program is made possible through partial funding by a grant from BellSouth. The purpose of this program is to enable K-12 teachers to access information about the state of South Carolina and produce their own maps depicting this information. For example, it is possible to design maps that reveal population characteristics and primary economic activities. Teachers have the ability to select the characteristics they want mapped, and the maps become powerful tools enabling the generation of hypotheses and analysis. The possibilities are endless. Currently, the program enables teachers to create two different types of maps - choropleth and dot density. CHOROPLETH MAPS Choropleth maps are very common. Most people have seen them, but few know them by this name. These maps use coloring and/or shading to depict values of selected characteristics. choropleth maps are useful when the data is reported by area, not just by location or point. Take for example, the following map. For each county in South Carolina, it shows the percentage of the population that has a college education. The counties with the darkest shading (Greenville, Richland, Lexington, Charleston, and Beaufort) have the highest percentages (17.4 - 28.0%) of college educated people, and the counties indicated with a white color (Union, Chesterfield, Marlboro, McCormick, Saluda, Lee, and Jasper) have the lowest percentages (4.8-8.0%) of college educated people. As noted, the data is from the 1990 U.S. Census.
Extractions: John Cotton Dana Grant Opportunities Welcome What's New Services Grant Opportunities ... In the News Our Newsletter Bring Home the Bacon Listserv Links Comments ... Site Map Do you like our graphics? Find them at ArtToday - a great resource for all of your clipart needs! Grant opportunities that will benefit K-12 schools, educators, and students are posted on these pages. If you find an opportunity that appears to match your project goals, follow the links to the funder's site for more information. Remember, it is critical that your project matches the funder's guidelines. You will waste both your time and the grant-maker's if you submit a proposal that does not match the grantor's funding initiatives. The SchoolGrants focus is primarily schools within the United States. There are, however, often opportunities available that extend to our Canadian neighbors. Most of such opportunities are found on the Nationwide Opportunities pages. If you know of opportunities that are not listed on the SchoolGrants site, we would appreciate you letting me know about them! It is the SchoolGrants goal to provide as many opportunities as possible to benefit our Nation's children and their schools. This is only possible with your help and assistance.
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Extractions: Engineering Graduate Fellows Enhancing Science Education in South Carolina Schools Programs Information for Current Students and Teachers Nuggets and Photos Contacts Overview The National Science Foundation and ExxonMobil have provided support to the College of Engineering and Information Technology and the College of Education at the University of South Carolina to: Develop the communication skills and teaching abilities of graduate and undergraduate students in Chemical Engineering Civil and Environmental Engineering Computer Science and Engineering Electrical Engineering , and Mechanical Engineering , and Enhance Science Education in South Carolina Schools by providing direct assistance to teachers in the classroom and by providing professional development opportunities for teachers in the summer. Graduate Student Program Undergraduate Student Programs K-12 Teacher Programs For Students who have been accepted to a graduate program of the College of Engineering and Information Technology. Includes $27,500 stipend over 12 months, free tuition, and a cost of education allowance for books, and supplies.
NSF GK12 Information For Teachers The University of south carolina was awarded over $1 Million from the National enablegraduate students in engineering to serve as resources in k12 schools. http://www.me.sc.edu/fs/lyons/gk-12/GK12_teachers.htm
Extractions: NSF GK12 Teacher Partnerships Program GK12 Fellowships Enhancing Science Education In South Carolina Schools College of Engineering and Information Technology University of South Carolina Highlights Applications Contact More Programs GK-12 Fellows are graduate students and advanced undergraduates majoring in Chemical Engineering Civil and Environmental Engineering Computer Science and Engineering Electrical Engineering , and Mechanical Engineering at the University of South Carolina. Fellows take a class from the College of Education ( EDTE 701 ) that is designed specifically to prepare engineering graduate students to teach. Teacher Partners are grades 3-8 teachers who mentor GK-12 Fellows. Teacher Partners receive a $500 per semester stipend. GK-12 Fellows will help find, adapt, adopt and develop experiments and projects for your students that support state science and math standards. Activities will situate science learning in engineering problem solving, design and inquiry. Fellows can bring engineering perspectives to lessons in science, math, history, art, music, PE, etc. GK-12 Fellows should spend 10 hrs per week in K-12 schools and 5 hrs per week in preparation during the school year.