Technology Proficiency at-a-glance
Certain advanced degree programs and college courses have been approved to fulfill the requirements for technology proficiency. Program descriptions and syllabi need to be submitted to email@example.com for review and approval.
Beginning in Fall 2021, GCS educators will also have access to a variety of online learning options for obtaining or renewing their technology proficiency through Kyte Learning. Please see your school instructional coach for more information about this option.
You can submit your request for initial technology proficiency or technology proficiency renewal by using our Technology Proficiency Submission Form.
Requests for initial technology proficiency should be submitted as soon as you receive confirmation of successful course completion or have earned 30 hours of professional development as noted on your PD record. Requests for technology proficiency renewals should be submitted the semester that your technology proficiency expires. For example, if your technology proficiency expires in June 2023, you can submit your request January - June 2023.
Currently, there are four classes which have been approved and meet the requirements set forth by Greenville County Schools for initial technology proficiency and technology proficiency renewal.
Greenville County Schools makes a substantial financial investment to offer high interest, quality courses to GCS teachers. The expectation is that teachers will complete the courses in which they enroll.