Carol Billing, Ph.D.
Clinical Assistant Professor
Boise, IWC 440J
322 E. Front Street, Boise, ID 83702
- Ph.D., University of Idaho, Education, emphasis in Online Pedagogy
- M.Ed., National University, Cross-Cultural Teaching, 2004
- B.A., Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Journalism, 1992
- California Administrative Credential, Tier I, 2007
- Idaho Standard Secondary Business Technology Credential, 2009
- California Clear Teaching Credential: Business, Journalism, Crosscultural, Language & Academic Development Emphasis, 2004
- Faculty of the Month, College of Western Idaho, 2010
- ROP Teacher of the Year, Yolo County, 2004-2005
- Microsoft-certified: Word (Expert), Excel and PowerPoint
Prior to joining the University of Idaho, Carol Billing was the founding department chair and associate professor in the Education department at the College of Western Idaho. At CWI she instructed teacher preparation courses, computer applications and freshmen orientation courses. In addition to teaching, Carol is the past president of the National Association of Community College Teachers Education Programs (NACCTEP). She often serves as a grant reviewer for local and national organizations, as well as an evaluator for online K12 schools. In addition to teaching, Carol participates in state and national research projects related to online education. Prior to CWI, Carol was a high school business teacher in a small, rural high school in northern California.
Carol’s doctoral research focused upon improving online instruction. Outside of work, Carol enjoys riding her horses, hiking and adventures with her boys.
- Online Pedagogy & Remote Instruction Best Practices
- CTE Online Instruction Research
- Curriculum Development
- Non-traditional instructional strategies