PLTW TEACHER Training

Project Lead The Way Professional Development is focused on in-depth training (Core Training) and continuing education (Ongoing Training). By participating in these trainings, educators have the opportunity to increase their depth of content knowledge, skills and pedagogy related to specific PLTW courses instruction.

PLTW's Core Training (CT) is an intensive and immersive in-person training experience held at University of South Carolina (or another PLTW Affiliate University). During CT, teachers are immersed in course-specific curriculm, complete hands-on activities, projects and problems with a strong focus on pedagogy.

Teachers must successfully pass CT for every PLTW course they wish to implement and instruct.

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STUDENTS

Looking to earn college credit for your PLTW courses?

Are you taking Project Lead the Way courses? Visit our STUDENTS page to learn about the College of Engineering and Computing and USC's requirements to receive undergraduate college credit.

Want to visit College of Engineering and Computing at USC?

Our college provides tours daily at 2 PM and also has two Big Friday events scheduled for each semester. Big Friday includes a panel of students from each department for a Q and A and then in-depth tour of the department of your interest. For more information, visit http://www.cec.sc.edu/tours/index.html.

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USC COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

Teachers - are you looking for field trips to College of Engineering and Computing?

CEC offers Enchanced Learning Experiences (ELE) to any South Carolina class, preferably AP Science classes and PLTW classes. Students will spend 4 hours (including a break for lunch) engaging in a topic specific, hands-on activity that will peak a student's interest. Make our classroom become yours for one day! CEC is offering reimbursement for all expenses associated with the trip, including the cost for the bus (district bus only), the bus driver, bus mileage reimbursement and substitute teacher. Lunch will also be provided at no cost to the school or student. For more information and  application please visit the College of Engineering and Computing website at http://www.cec.sc.edu/outreach/index.html.