South Carolina Read To Succeed (R2S) Courses
PBS TeacherLine now offers the following 3 South Carolina R2S-approved courses:
Each course is:
- delivered entirely online over a 6-week period
- led by a highly-qualified, R2S-approved facilitator
- offered to earn 60 SC Renewal Credits or 3 Graduate Credits
(GC requires an addt'l fee of $180, or more depending on the GC partner chosen.)
Click the course title above to review course details and enroll in an upcoming course offering.
* For best seat availability,
enroll at least one week before the start date. Registration ends two days after the start date
or sooner upon class enrollment maximum. Each course is also available on-demand for groups of 20+ educators; call 1-800-277-0829 for details.
Learn more about R2S course requirements.
RDLA152 (Foundations in Reading):
"The course was rigorous and made me think. I loved it... I had to ask many questions [and the facilitator] was timely and concise. My teaching comrades taking the course have taught me so much. This was an excellent class. I will refer others to take it." - P. Crowley, Anderson District 5, SC
"...excellent course: comprehensive and timely. It thoroughly covered every component of early literacy in the contexts of both current research and political reality. I'm still learning from it via saved files and classmates' posts. Our instructor was exemplary: knowledgeable, well-organized and responsive." - Lee S., Beaufort, SC
"This has been an intense course and I have learned a lot! There were strategies for reading that were easy to adapt to my Chorus class. I will finish the course next week and would highly recommend all teachers take it so we can support the core teachers in their efforts to get our reading scores up!" - C. Edwards, Darlington County Schools, SC
"I am proud to have been a part of [RDLA152], and will be putting much of what I learned into practice in my high school science classes. Many of our students struggle with literacy, which is what drew me to this course originally. We have ELLs who are no longer in an ESL program, but still lag native speakers. We also have students with special needs that benefit from as many creative ways as I can think of to engage and enthuse them about subject matter. This course has been like collecting Easter Eggs - vital elements that will make my job easier as well as make me a better teacher for the students who need and depend on me. Some courses you endure, others speak to your heart. This was the latter for me. I loved everything about it"- Lynette Smith, Columbia, SC
RDLA272 (Content Area Reading and Writing for Early Childhood & Elementary Teachers)
"This course was fantastic. Robin was an awesome facilitator and easy to reach with questions. The information was absolutely fantastic and usable... I would highly recommend this particular course to anyone!" - Jennifer C., Columbia, SC
“I think that it was a great course and I learned a lot, however, the workload was a lot.” - Erin M., Lexington District 1, SC
“The class was a great informative class. The instructor was amazing at answering any questions I had.” - Ashley P., Greer, SC
RDLA272 and RDLA267 are new courses and we are still collecting quotes. We will post quotes as they become available.
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