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iNACOL Partnership Gives EdTech Students Jump on Careers

The partnership provides EdTech students paid memberships in iNACOL and allows them to tap into a global network of scholars in their field.

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Department of Education Grant Helps Turn Research-Based Practices Into Classroom Tools

Education faculty Evelyn Johnson has received a $20,000 federal grant to turn research-based practices into practical tools to improve math instruction.

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Watch New Video Produced by the Department of Kinesiology

A new video provides an informative glimpse into the programs, research and philosophy of the Department of Kinesiology. The video debuted Nov. 16.

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Boise State Initiative Supports Schools in Fostering Positive Student Behavior

The initiative is helping Idaho’s public school teachers regain classroom time that is now used to handle discipline problems.

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Veterans Upward Bound Open House set for Nov. 10

Boise State’s Veterans Upward Bound program is getting a jump start on Veterans Day by celebrating one year on campus and its move to new offices.

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Educational Technology Department to Train Online Teachers in California

California Virtual Academies (CAVA) has selected Boise State’s Department of Educational Technology to train its online teachers in 135 virtual classroom seats through spring 2011.

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Participants Needed for Kinesiology Study

The study will determine exercise intensity levels for overweight and obese adults. Both male and female participants ages 18-45 are needed.

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Literacy Experts Address Conference at Boise State

About 200 conference participants learned about current research in pre-kindergarten early literacy and discussed successful learning models and how to improve those efforts in Idaho.

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Literacy Program Hosts Annual Children’s Book Conference Sept. 11

The annual Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators Writing with the Stars conference features the insights of children’s books authors and editors.

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EdTech’s Online Learning Featured on Edutopia Website

The significant contributions to online learning by Boise State’s Department of Education Technology (EdTech) are being prominently featured on Edutopia, the website of the George Lucas Educational Foundation.

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Gift Supports STEM Teaching in Idaho

A $174,000 gift to the Boise State University Foundation will be used to prepare public school teachers to advance the teaching of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in Idaho.

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Bilingual Ed Opens Summer Institute with Noted International Writer and Performer Carmen Tafolla

The Department of Bilingual Education will open its July 26-29 summer institute on multicultural issues in education with a presentation by noted international writer and performer Carmen Tafolla.

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