Region One Collaborative - Outreach Network (ROC-ON)
Region One Collaborative - Outreach Network (ROC-ON)
The vision of ROC-ON is to improve student outcomes through collaborating to develop a cohesive network of support for the educational community in Region 1.
ROC-ON supports Region 1 districts, schools and students by connecting, leading, teaching, and learning through the partnership of the State Department of Education; University of Idaho; College of Education; and community resources. The focus is student achievement, continuous school improvement, capacity building, and sustainability through professional development, coaching, collaboration and mentorship. Learn more about ROC-ON partners below.
The Community Water Resource Center’s mission is to serve the education, outreach and research needs of northern Idaho relating to local water quality and resource issues. The Center has four primary focus areas: outreach and education, citizen science, research and data management.
Wanda Quinn | firstname.lastname@example.org
The University of Idaho Dig'nIT program has the bold goal of changing the culture in northern Idaho to one that embraces technology. Highly interactive training efforts are designed to raise awareness of the importance of information technology for vibrant communities. Outreach programs include a coding camp each summer for middle school girls, a Java camp for teens, a summer internship program for local high school and college students, and a computer science and mathematics integration training for teachers.
Kary Wells | email@example.com
Dual Credit is a program that gives eligible high school students the opportunity to enroll in college classes for credit prior to high school graduation. College credits earned through dual credit become a part of the student’s permanent college record. They can be applied toward high school and college graduation, and they can be transferred to other colleges or universities.
Linda Strong Gollberg | firstname.lastname@example.org
Educational Talent Search serves 714 scholars in the Coeur d’Alene and Post Falls School district. Our scholars are mostly first-generation college bound and income eligible. Our mission is to guide, advise and encourage income eligible potential first generation college bound students in grades six through twelve, as well as adults, toward achieving entry to post-secondary education by publicizing and administer academic support, career and college exploration, and financial aid assistance. Silver Valley Upward Bound serves 63 low-income/first-generation high school students in Kellogg and Wallace. Students receive intensive, one-on-one academic services intended to support their journey from high school through postsecondary education. SVUB includes tutoring, financial aid workshops, career counseling, college visits, and a six-week residential academic summer program featuring dual credit and a college-simulation experience.
The IATP Resource Center- Coeur d’Alene offers assistive technology (AT) information/referral, demonstrations, technical assistance, and device loans to people with disabilities, older persons, and their families in addition to professionals. The assistive technology includes such things as alternative keyboards, mice, switches, developmental toys, vision, hearing, communication, reading, writing, math, and organization tools. IATP also facilitates an AT Reuse program among many other endeavors all available locally and across the state.
Janice Carson | email@example.com
The IBC project is a system of support for Idaho schools and districts that are in “needs improvement” status. A rigorous school and district selection process is used to select schools and districts that are in needs improvement status and serve a high percentage of at-risk students and have limited local resources. The IBC Project utilizes recently retired, distinguished educators who are trained to assist school and district leaders in facilitating the work of school improvement in Idaho’s neediest schools and districts. Capacity Builders are provided with a “tool kit” of school improvement resources, and then in partnership with school and district leaders, help create and implement a customized school improvement plan.
Deb Long | firstname.lastname@example.org
The State Department of Education has put in place, in each region, teachers who work as full-time Idaho Coaching Network ELA/Literacy focused on supporting educators in improving instructional practices and developing deeper understanding of Idaho’s English Language Arts/Literacy Content Standards. The network is predicated on honoring teachers as professionals and leaders and the time it takes to drive lasting change. This year-long job embedded work results in the development of local teacher leaders who support local professional learning needs and better outcomes for students.
Lisa Nance, Katie Graupman and Annie McMahon (K-3)| email@example.com
The Idaho Regional Mathematics Centers strive to ensure that Idaho’s teachers of mathematics are highly talented, trained, and effective professionals. Operating as regional support centers for all K-12 public schools in Idaho, the Idaho Regional Mathematics Centers provide professional development for teachers and schools and conduct research to support mathematics teaching and learning in Idaho.
Julie Amador | firstname.lastname@example.org
Housed in Coeur d’Alene’s Harbor Center, NCCE is a professional learning organization for educators and hosts the largest education conference in the Northwest. With a focus on 21st Century skills, NCCE works to provide best practices to educators with the goal of enhancing student success. NCCE provides resources and innovative professional learning opportunities to educational communities across the country. NCCE works with K-20 educators and pre-service teachers to personalize learning experiences and strategically align technology initiatives with other state, district and school initiatives. NCCE partners with educators, educational leaders, affiliates and corporations to enhance teaching and learning through our conference, professional development and resources. NCCE offers full-service E-Rate support for schools and libraries across Idaho, Montana and Washington.
Heidi Rogers | email@example.com
Opening Books, Opening Doors is a community partnership and commitment to ensure that by 2020, all students in the Coeur d’Alene School (CDA) District exiting third grade experience a deep love of reading and meet grade level reading proficiency goals, including comprehension and fluency. The program will add to existing CDA District reading resources for students and teachers, and will coordinate literacy efforts of parents, volunteers and organizations in Coeur d’Alene to create a community-wide approach to ensure reading success for K-3 students.
Charles Buck | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Statewide Special Education Instructional and Behavioral Coordinators for the Center for Disabilities and Human Development – Special Education Support and Technical Assistance (CDHD-SESTA) project provide school districts with technical assistance, coaching, training, and monitoring support. In addition, CDHD-SESTA also offers special education resources for loan to school district employees, parents, and other professionals.
Sue Shelton | email@example.com
The U of I Doceo Center leads teaching innovation and technology integration initiatives at the University and in K12 schools throughout the State of Idaho. The center supports technology integration practices amongst teacher education candidates, school administration candidates, early career teachers, practicing teachers and administrators, university faculty, and K12 school districts by providing professional development, resources, and research to state and national audiences. To achieve this goal, the center focuses on relating technology integration to important state initiatives such as Idaho Core Standards, the Danielson Framework for Teaching, and open education resources.
Cassidy Hall | firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Idaho Extension helps citizens improve their social, economic and environmental quality of life through research-based educational programs in response to locally identified issues and needs. UI Extension, Kootenai County personnel offer programming in family and consumer science, forestry, home horticulture and 4-H youth development.
Mike Howell | email@example.com