The University of Idaho Doceo Center for Innovation + Learning leads teaching innovation and technology integration initiatives at the University of Idaho and in Idaho’s K12 schools. The Doceo Center does this by supporting, teaching, modeling, and researching technology integration practices amongst teacher education candidates, school administration candidates, early-career teachers, practicing teachers and administrators, university faculty, and K12 school districts and by providing resources and research to state and national audiences.
The Doceo Center for Innovation + Learning at the University of Idaho was established in 2013 with a generous grant from the J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Foundation for the purpose of providing cutting-edge training and technology integration resources to educators, teacher educators, and administrators in Idaho as well as research for larger audiences.
Pronunciation and Meaning
We pronounce the center's name as "do-CHAY-oh". The word doceo is Latin and means "I teach, tutor, or insruct."