Opportunities

Faculty Fellows Program

University of Idaho

The Doceo Center Faculty Fellows Program seeks to recognize the expertise and innovative spirit of leading University of Idaho faculty for integrating technology into their teaching, outreach, and research. Through this program, University of Idaho faculty members may apply to be recognized as a Doceo Center Faculty Fellow and to receive a general-purpose technology device (e.g., iPad, iPad Mini, Chromebook, Android tablet, digital voice recorder), a subject-specific technology device (e.g., digital microscope), or software (e.g., Adobe Creative Suite) to support their teaching, outreach, and research.

Open Science Textbooks Institute

  

This summer institute was funded by the Idaho State Department of Education and hosted by University of Idaho College of Education Doceo Center for Innovation + Learning.

Northwest Inland Writing Project Spring Conference 2016

University of Idaho

The Northwest Inland Writing Project Spring Conference 2016: igniting a passion for writing will be held March 3-4, from 9 AM - 4 PM at North Idaho College in the Edminster Student Union Building.

Breakout sessions include:

Illinois Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages

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The Illinois Council on the Teaching of Foreign Language provides links to resources specific to language classroom context, the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages and te Central States Conference on the Teaching fo Foreign Language. For all grade levels.

Annenberg Learner: teacher resources and PD across the curriculum

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The Annenberg Learner site is a collection of over 400 resources ranging from lesson plans, videos, professional development opportunities to online interactives for students and teachers alike. The inventory can be filtered by grade level, K-12, and subject: math, science, social studies, language arts/literature, arts, and foreign language. The lesson plans are not overly detailed and are standards-based. For all grade levels. 

Google Transform '16

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Google Tools for Transformational Change is a single day event that will bring together a group of experienced educators to share best practices on how Google Tools may be leveraged to effect transformational change in classrooms.

Registration is open to all current K-12 teachers in Idaho, and professional development credits are available (with PD scholarships available for University of Idaho alumni and students).

We're bringing together a great group of dynamic presenters to lead some great sessions on Google Tools, so join us, and get excited about the possibilities!

Open Textbooks for Idaho K-12 Schools: Request for Proposals

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University of Idaho

The Doceo Center for Innovation + Learning at the University of Idaho is pleased to announce that it is now accepting proposals from Idaho schools and districts interested in developing their own open textbooks.

Open textbooks are low-cost alternatives to traditional textbooks that can be freely and legally copied, printed, revised, adapted, and shared. Many open textbooks already exist on the internet, but it is sometimes difficult to find these textbooks, to ensure their quality, and to adapt them to local needs.

Technology-Infused Research Projects (2014-2015)

University of Idaho

Technology-Infused Research Projects are collaborative efforts between University of Idaho faculty members and Doceo Center Researchers aimed at improving teaching and learning through technology integration. In this collaboration, faculty members provide subject-area research expertise, while the Doceo Center provides technology resources and technology management and research expertise. The deadline for Technology-Infused Research Project proposals is September 30, 2014.

Collaborate Online Sessions

Collaborate sessions take place on Wednesday evenings from 5:30-6:30PM. To access an online session, use the following link:
https://bblearn.uidaho.edu/webapps/bb-collaborate-BBLEARN/launchSession/...

2014 Google Festival Scholarships

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University of Idaho

The University of Idaho Doceo Center for Innovation + Learning is pleased to provide a limited number of scholarships to the 2014 Google Festival in Coeur d'Alene. These scholarships are intended to support on-going professional development efforts for educators interested in incorporating technology into teaching and learning. These scholarships are available to all practicing K-12 teachers and technology coordinators and will be provided to selected recipients as a $145 reimbursement of registration fees after the festival.

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