eLearning Resources for Teachers
Backpack Training for Teachers
Special Education Resources
Resources will be coming soon.
Child’s Online Privacy Protection Act
Quick Guide to Using Google Classroom
Quick Guide to Using Google Hangouts Meet
G Suite University
Here you will find helpful resources, tutorials, and videos to help navigate the Google Suite for Education products.
Quick Reference Guide Read&Write Chrome Extension
Please do your best to insure that resources you post on your public website meet accessibility standards. Use the link below for a simple, one-page guide for creating resources which are accessible.
Instructional Technology Professional Development Videos are housed on their Facebook page.
Teacher Laptop Repairs
School Based Teacher Laptop Repairs
School-based teachers or staff that require technical support should contact the school TAC for assistance during normal school hours.
Virtual Teacher Laptop Repairs
Teachers in the virtual program who require technical support may call 864-355-4357 (HELP) at any time. If no one is available, the teacher should leave a message. ETS Systems Support will be staffed Monday-Friday 8:00-4:30. ETS technicians will be available to try and resolve problems remotely. In the event the issue cannot be resolved remotely, teachers may bring their laptops to one of the four career centers (Mon-Thu, 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM) for further troubleshooting and repair.
ETS technicians at the career center will attempt to resolve the issue. However, in the event the problem cannot be resolved in a reasonable amount of time, the teacher will be given a loaner laptop until the repair has been completed. Once the laptop has been repaired, ETS will contact the teacher to swap out the loaner laptop for the original.
Teacher Expectations for At-Home Learning
Roper Mountain Science Center
Our eLearning support page with video short and question prompts is now live.
COVID19 Author/Publisher Copyright Policies
The School Library Journal is sharing information regarding temporarily altered copyright policies from publishers Simon & Schuster, HarperCollins Children's Books, Macmillan, Little, Brown Young Readers, Penguin Random House, Scholastic, Candlewick, Lee and Low, and Lerner have all put out guidelines for reading their books aloud during the coronavirus pandemic.