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Kerry Lynn Rice, Ed. D.
Associate Professor

Department of Educational Technology
Boise State University

krice@boisestate.edu
http://edteki.wordpress.com

Fulbright Scholar 2012 -2013, Torun, Poland



Curriculum Vitae

Professional Preparation

2006

Ed D Curriculum and Instruction
Boise State University – Boise, Idaho
Dissertation: Priorities in K-12 Distance Learning: A Delphi study examining multiple perspectives on policy, practice, and research

2002

MS Educational Technology
Boise State University – Boise, Idaho

1991

BA Elementary Education – cum laude
Boise State University – Boise, Idaho

1982

AA Business - honors
Glendale Community College – Glendale, Arizona

Certifications

1997-Lifetime

Elementary Education, K-8 - Texas

1991-Current

Elementary Education, K-8 - Idaho

Appointments

2012 - Current Associate Professor and Fulbright Scholar (Torun, Poland)
Boise State University, Department of Educational Technology
College of Education - Boise Idaho
2011 - 2012 Associate Professor and Interim Chair
Boise State University, Department of Educational Technology
College of Education - Boise Idaho
2010 - 2011 Assistant Professor and Associate Chair
Boise State University, Department of Educational Technology
College of Education - Boise Idaho
2006 - 2010 Assistant Professor
Boise State University, Department of Educational Technology
College of Education - Boise Idaho

2003-2006

Instructor/Online Instructional Designer
Boise State University, Department of Educational Technology
College of Education – Boise Idaho

2002-2003

Instructor/PT3 Grant Coordinator
Boise State University , Department of Educational Technology
College of Education – Boise Idaho

2002-2003

Adjunct Faculty
Boise State University, Division of Extended Studies – Boise, Idaho

2002-2003

Instructional Design/Instructor
Idaho Digital Learning Academy – Boise, Idaho

2001-2002

Graduate Assistant
Boise State University , Department of Educational Technology
College of Education – Boise, Idaho

1996-1999

Teacher/7th Grade Algebra and Prealgebra
Weis Middle School – Galveston, Texas

1991-1995

Teacher/6th Grade Math, Science, and Reading
Meridian Middle School – Meridian, Idaho

Teaching

Graduate Courses

 

 

 

Undergraduate
Courses

Teaching Online in the K-12 Environment (online)
Advanced Online Teaching Methods (online)
Theoretical Foundations of Educational Technology (online)
Integrating Technology in the Classroom Curriculum (online)
Internet for Educators (online)
Technology Supported Project Based Learning (online)
Technology in the Content Area (online)
Instructional Design for Educators (online)
Online Skills and Strategies (online)

Educational Technology - Classroom Applications (online and face-to-face)
Implementing Technology in the Classroom – Online Field Experience (online)
Introduction to e-Learning at BSU (online)

Research Projects and Grants

 

Rice, K. (2012). Exploring New Pedagogies with Technology in Education. Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program. Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun, Poland. Funded $18,500

Hung, J. L., Hsu, Y., & Rice, K. (2011). Decision support system (DSS) for online teaching, learning and administration, Spencer Foundation.  Not Funded: $500,000

Hung, J. L., Hsu, Y., & Rice, K. (2010). 2009 - 2010 Student data analysis. Idaho Digital Learning Academy. Funded: $18,000.

Hung, J. L., Rice, K., & Yang, D. (2010). Evaluation and Reliability Study. Idaho State Department of Education. Not Funded: $32,000.

Hung, J. L. & Rice, K. (2010). Faculty research grant FY2011: Improving online teaching and learning using educational data mining. Boise State University, College of Education. Funded: $2500.00.

Rice, K. & Hung, A. (2009). Idaho state-wide professional development. State of Idaho. Funded: $10,000.

Dawley, L. & Rice, K. (2009). Training modules and portal development for online teacher professional development. Idaho Digital Learning Academy, Idaho. Funded: $30,000.

Bangert, A. & Rice, K. (2009). Assessment of quality online teaching (AQOT) for high school Mathematics and Science courses. Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education, Washington, DC. Pending: $470,000.

Dawley, L. & Rice, K. (2009). INSPIRE charter school program dissemination grant--evaluation sub-contract award. State of Idaho. Funded: $17,500

Dawley, L. & Rice, K. (2009). Effective online instruction. Idaho Digital Learning Academy, Boise, ID. Funded: $30,000.

Bangert, A. & Rice, K. (2009). Assessment of quality online teaching (AQOT) for high school Mathematics and Science courses. Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education, Washington, DC. Not funded: $450,744

Rice, K. & Dawley, L. (2008). Idaho charter school support program: Dissemination grant. INSPIRE Connections Academy, Boise, ID. Funded: $5000

Dawley, L. & Rice, K. (2008). Facilitating discussion board teacher training. K 12 Inc., Washington, D.C. Funded: $15,000

Rice, K. (2006 - 2008). Project-based learning online. The Buck Institute for Education., Navato, CA. Funded: $95,826

Dawley, L. & Rice, K. (2007). K-12 online teacher and para-educator training modules. Richland School District Two. Richland, South Carolina. Funded: $5,000.

Dawley, L. & Rice, K. (2007). “Going Virtual” (phase 1): Status of professional development in K12 online schools. North American Council for Online Learning, Washington, D.C. Funded: $10,000.

2002 – 2003: Project Coordinator – PT3, Building Bridges with Technology. U.S. Department of Education, Final PT3 Grant Report: $1,300,000.

Refereed Publications

 

Rice, K. & Hung, J. L. (submitted for review). Incorporating datamining into online teacher professional development program evaluation. Journal of Interactive Online Learning.

Hung, J. L., Rice, K., Saba, A. (2012). An educational data mining model for online teaching and learning. Journal of Educational Technology Development and Exchange, 5(2), 77-94.

Hung, J. L., Hsu, Y. C., & Rice, K. (2012) Integrating data mining in program evaluation of K-12 online education. Educational Technology and Society, 15(3), 27-41.

Rice, K. & Hung, J. L. (2011, April). Developing a customized data mining model for online professional development evaluation. Proceedings of American Educational Research Association. New Orleans, Louisiana.

Rice, K. (2011). Using project based learning to inform practice in online environments. Cognitive Science and Media, (1). Torun, Poland: Adam Marszalek Publishing Co.

Snelson, C., Rice, K., & Wyzard, C. (2011). Research priorities for YouTube and video-sharing technologies: A Delphi study. British Journal of Educational Technology. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-8535.2010.01168.x

Wyzard, C., Snelson, C. & Rice, K. (2010). Looking Ahead at YouTube Research. In Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2010 (pp. 3797-3802). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Rice, K., & Dawley, L. (2009). The status of professional development for K-12 online teachers: Insights and implications. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 17(4).

Rice, K. L. (2009). Priorities in K-12 distance learning: A Delphi study examining multiple perspectives on policy, practice, and research. Journal of Educational Technology and Society.

Dawley, L. & Rice, K. (2009, January). The unique needs and challenges of K-12 online teachers: Where do we go from here? Hawaii International Conference on Education Conference Proceedings, Honolulu.

Rice, K. & Vakili-Hutchison, D. (2008). Teaching online: Meeting the challenge with emerging strategies for effective professional development. In G. Richards (Ed.), Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2008 (p. 1198). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Rice, K. & Dawley, L. (2008). Professional development for K-12 online teachers: Where do we go from here? Technology and Teacher Education Annual, 19(1), 667-673.

Ransdell, L. B., Rice, K., Snelson, C., &  DeCola, J. (2008). Online health-related fitness courses: A wolf in sheep's clothing or a solution to some common problems? The Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (JOPERD). 79(1), 45-52.

Dawley, L. & Rice, K.  (2008, January).  Professional development for K-12 online teachers: What do we know? Hawaii International Conference on Education Conference Proceedings, Honolulu.

Rice, K. L. (2006). A comprehensive look at distance education in the K-12 context. Journal of Research on Technology in Education, 38(4), 425-448.

Other Publications

 

Hsu, Y., Rice, K. & Dawley, L. (2012) Empowering educators with Google's Android App Inventor: An online workshop in mobile app design. British Journal of Technology, 43(1), E1-E5. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-8535.2011.01241.x

Dawley, L. & Rice. K. (2011). Informing Idaho's online learning requirement: A survey of states, models & critical questions. Report prepared for the Idaho State Board of Education.

Hung, J. L., Hsu, Y., & Rice, K. (2011). 2009-2010 Idaho Digital Learning Academy Student Evaluation Report. Report prepared for the Idaho Digital Learning Academy. Boise, Idaho.

Dawley, L., Rice, K., & Hinck, G. (2010). Going Virtual! 2010: The status of professional development and unique needs of K-12 online teachers. White paper prepared for the International Association for K-12 Online Learning. Washington, DC.

Rice, K. & Hung, A. (2010). 2009-2010 Idaho  state-wide professional development grant: Idaho online professional development evaluation report. Report prepared for the Idaho State Department of Education.

Dawley, L. & Rice, K. (2009). 2008-09 Idaho INSPIRE Connections Academy dissemination grant interim evaluation. Report prepared for the Idaho State Board of Education.

Rice, K., & Dawley, L. (2008). Going virtual: Unique needs and Challenges of K-12 Online Teachers. White paper prepared for the North American Council for Online Learning.  Washington, DC.

North American Council for Online Learning (NACOL). (2007). Research committee issues brief: Professional development for virtual schooling and online learning. Washington, DC: Author. http://www.nacol.org/docs/NACOL_PDforVSandOlnLrng.pdf

Rice, K., & Dawley, L. (2007). Going virtual: The status of professional development for K-12 online teachers. White paper prepared for the North American Council for Online Learning.  Washington, DC.

Yates, D. (2003). Indiana Department of Education Division of Adult Education Professional Development Team:  External evaluation using survey results. Participated in Doctoral Student Research Team.

Books and Book Chapters (refereed)

 

Frey, B., & Rice, K., (in progress). Differentiating instruction with technology. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.

Rice, K. (2012). Making the move to K-12 online teaching: Research-based strategies and practices. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education.

Bangert, A. & Rice, K.  (2009). What we know about assessing online learning in secondary schools.  In L. T. W. Hin & R. Subramaniam (Eds.), Handbook of research on new media literacy at the K-12 level, (pp. 684-701).  US: Hershey.

Paper Presentations (refereed)

 

International

Hung, J. L., Rice, K., & Saba, A. (2011, November). A decision support system model for online teaching and learning. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Jacksonville, FL.

Dawley, L., Rice, K., & Hinck, G. (2011). Going Virtual! 2010: The status of professional development and unique needs of K-12 online teachers. White paper presentation at the International Association for K12 Online Learning, Virtual School Symposium, Glendale, AZ.

Rice, K. (2010, May). Using Constructivist Learning Theories to Inform Practice in Online Environments. Paper presentation for the 9th Annual International Conference Educational Technologies – Tradition, Present, Predictable Future, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun, Poland.

Rice, K. & Dawley, L. (2010, January). Developing an endorsement in K-12 online teaching: Linking research, policy, and practice. Paper presentation for the annual meeting of the Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu.

Rice, K. & Dawley, L. (2009, November). Going virtual III: Effective professional development of K-12 online teachers. Paper presentation for the International Association for K12 Online Learning, Virtual School Symposium, Austin, TX.

Dawley, L. & Rice, K. (2009, January). The unique needs and challenges of K-12 online teachers: Where do we go from here? Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu.

Rice, K. & Vakili-Hutchison, D. (2008, November). Teaching online: Meeting the challenge with emerging strategies for effective professional development. Paper presented at the World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2008, Las Vegas, NV.

Rice, K. & Dawley, L. (2008, March). Professional development for online K-12 teachers: Where do we go from here? Paper presented at the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITE) International Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Dawley, L., & Rice, K.  (2008, January).  Professional development of K12 online teachers: What do we know? Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu.

Rice, K. & Dawley, L.  (2007, January).  K12 online teachers: Identifying needs, best practices, and models for professional development.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu.

Ravitz, J., Mergendollar, J., Markham, T., Thorsen, C., Rice, K., Snelson, C., Reberry, S. (2004, October) Online professional development for project based learning: Pathways to systematic improvement. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Chicago, IL. Paper published in ERIC, Accession No. ED486531.

National

Yang, D., Ching, Y., & Rice, K. (2012). An exploration of learning theories and emerging theories of educational technology on teachers’ use of technology in classrooms. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Rice, K., & Hung, J. L. (2011, May). Developing a customized data mining model for online professional development. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans.

Rice, K. & Dawley, L. (2008, October). Going virtual! Unique needs and challenges of K-12 online teachers. Paper presented at the North American Council for Online Learning, Virtual School Symposium, Phoenix, AZ.

Rice, K. & Dawley, L.  (2008, April).  Training K12 online teachers:  A national perspective.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York.

Dawley, L. & Rice, K.  (2007, April).  Training K-12 virtual teachers: A multi-dimensional analysis of their unique needs, best practices, and methodologies.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago.

Rice, K. (2007, November). Research on K-12 Online Learning. Invited panel presentation at the North American Council for Online Learning, Virtual School Symposium preconference session.

Rice, K. L. (2006, November). Priorities in K-12 distance learning: A Delphi study examining multiple perspectives on policy, practice, and research. Paper presented at the National School Boards Association (NSBA) T+L Conference, Dallas, TX.

Rice, K. L. (2005, April). Developing an interactive course site for Project Based Learning. Paper presented at the Technology, Colleges, and Community (TCC) 2005 Worldwide Online Conference.

Regional

Rice, K. L. & Dawley, L. (2007, October). Going virtual! The status of professional development for K-12 online teachers. Paper presented at the Northern Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association Conference. Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Rice, K. L. (2006, October). Priorities in K-12 Distance Learning: A Delphi study examining multiple perspectives on policy, practice, and research. Paper presented at the Northern Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association Conference, Sun Valley, ID.

Presentations (refereed)

Revenaugh, M., Rice, K., & VanderArk, T. (2012, April). Blended K-12 education meets project-based learning. Presentation at the 9th Annual Sloan Consortium Blended Learning Conference & Workshop, Milwaukee, WI.

Rice, K., Mergendoller, J., & Frey, B. (2011, November). Project Based Learning in a Digital Age. Presentation at the International Association for K-12 Online Learning, Virtual School Symposium, Indianapolis, IN.

Rice, K., Hung, J. L., & Hsu, Y. C. (2011, November). Towards the development of a real-time decision support system for online learning, teaching and administration. Presentation at the International Association for K-12 Online Teachers, Virtual School Symposium, Indianapolis, IN.

Rice, K., Revenaugh, M., & Flurie, M. (2011, May). Research to practice: Preparing teachers to teach online. Panel presentation for the United States Distance Learning Association National Conference, St. Louis, MO. 

Rice, K. & Frey, B. (2010). Project based learning: Virtually authentic. International Association for K12 Online Learning, Virtual School Symposium, Glendale, AZ.

Rice, K. & Frey, B. (2010, February). PBL in cyberspace: Where constructivism meets technology. Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Dawley, L., Rice, K., Cavanaugh, C., & Barbour, M. (2009, November). Exploring linkages between research, policy and practice in training K-12 online teachers. Panel session for the International Association of K-12 Online Teachers, Virtual School Symposium, Austin, TX.

Rice, K. & Frey. (2009, April). PBL in cyberspace: Let the transformation begin. Concurrent session at the United States Distance Learning Association Conference, St. Louis, MO.

Rice, K. & Frey, B. (2008, October). PBL in cyberspace: Let the transformation begin. Breakout Session at the North American Council for Online Learning Virtual School Symposium, Phoenix, AZ.

Dawley, L., Rice, K., Vakili, D., & Ault S. (2007, November). What does it take to teach online? New research and emerging strategies for effective professional development.  Breakout Session at the North American Council for Online Learning, Virtual School Symposium, Louisville, NC.

Mergendoller, J., Hale, R., Searson, M., Schmidt, D., & Rice, K. (2007, June).  PBL-Online: project examples, development and implementation at your fingertips. Poster session at the National Educational Computing Conference, Atlanta.

Rice, K. L., Ault, S., & Swenk, J. (2007, April). Training virtual charter school teachers: Walking the online walk! Breakout Session at the National Charter Schools Conference, Albuquerque, NM.

Dawley, L. & Rice, K.  (2007, April).  Going virtual: A national research agenda studying professional development models and emerging best practices for K-12 online teachers.  Invisible College at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago.

Mergendollar, Rice, K., Schmidt, D., Searson, M.J., & Ravitz, J.  (2007, March). Using PBL-Online in educational technology graduate programs, professional development and international collaboration. Invited panel session at the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Mergendollar, J., Ravitz, J., Rice, K., Schmidt, D., & Searson, M. (2007, March). Teach your students how to do project based learning with PBL-Online. Poster session at the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Rice, K. L., Thorsen, C., & Ault, S. (2005, October). A new training model for virtual K-9 teachers. Presentation at the North American Council for Online Learning Virtual School Symposium, Denver, CO.

Rice, K. & Snelson, C. (2004, October). Technology supported lessons for project based learning. Presentation at the Independent School District of Boise City Tech Expo, Boise, Idaho.

Rice, K.L. (2004, February). E-Learning: Is it for You? Presentation at the 10th Annual Western States Technology Roundup Conference, Billings, MT.

Rice, K. L. (1998). Integrated thematic units for middle school teams. Presentation at the Texas Association for the Gifted and Talented, Austin, Texas.

Interviews and Impact in News

 

Flanigan, R. (August, 2012). Virtual ed. addresses teacher certification questions: States grapple with how to ensure the quality of online educators. Education Week. Retrieved from http://www.edweek.org/ew/articles/2012/08/29/02el-certified.h32.html 

Moe, J. (November, 2011). Idaho schools will have to get online to graduate. Marketplace Tech Report. Retrieved from http://www.marketplace.org/topics/tech/idaho-students-will-have-get-online-graduate?refid=0

Markus, D. (August, 2010).  Schools that work: The brave new breakthrough of online learning. Edutopia. Retrieved from http://www.edutopia.org/stw-online-learning-new-breakthroughs

Laster, J. (March, 2010). Colleges of education are urged to focus more on online education. The Chronicle of Higher Education. Retrieved on March 23, 2010 from http://chronicle.com/blogPost/Colleges-of-Education-Are/21862/

Digital Learning Environments. (2010). Five year plan for K-12 online education. Retrieved March 23, 2010 from http://www.www.guide2digitallearning.com/professional_development/
five_year_plan_k12_online_education

Desoff, A. (2009, February). The rise of the virtual teacher. District Administration. Retrieved on October 7, 2009 from http://www.districtadministration.com/viewarticle.aspx?articleid=1884&p=2

Yeung, B. (2008). Put to the test: Confronting concerns about project learning. Edutopia. Retrieved October 7, 2009 from http://www.edutopia.org/project-learning-implementing-challenges-questions

Yeung, B. (2008). Start me up: Project learning primers. Edutopia. Retrieved October 7, 2009 from http://www.edutopia.org/project-learning-online-resources

Schmidt, D., Mergendoller, J., & Rice, K. (2007). Editors remarks. Online tools: altering the landscape of teacher education. Journal of Computing in Teacher Education, 23(4), 118.

Armstrong. S. (2007). Virtual learning 2.0. TechLearning. No longer available.

Lerman, J. (2006). 101 best web sites for teacher tools and professional development. Washington, D.C.: ISTE.

Kelly, R. (2005, December). Project based learning: A natural fit with distance education. Online@Classroom. Retrieved October 8, 2009 from http://www.magnapubs.com/issues/magnapubs_oc/5_12/news/598241-1.html

Symposia and Workshops

 

Keynote

Rice, K. (2012, July). From online revolution to mainstream evolution. Are we there yet? Keynote for the Missouri Online Distance Learning Association Conference 2012, St. Louis, Missouri.

Rice, K. (2010, June). eLearning: Education in a connected world. Keynote for Idaho Digital Learning Academy Summer Conference, Boise, Idaho.

Invited

Cox, S., Rice, K., & Werth, L. (2012). Distance education in the 21st century: Examples from three Treasure Valley faculty. Invited presentation for the Osher Institute, Boise State University, Boise, Idaho. 

Linder, C. & Rice., K. (2011, June). Idaho's PreK-12 Online Teaching Endorsement. Presentation for the National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification 83rd Annual Conference, Sacramento, CA.

Rice, K. (2011, April). Transforming the way we teach AND learn. Invited presentation for Region III Idaho School Superintendents Association (ISSA) meeting.

Rice, K. (2010, June). K-12 online: Moving forward in best practice. Invited presentation for the Idaho Charter School Network 3rd Annual Conference, Boise, Idaho.

Rice, K. (2010, June). eLearning: Education in a connected world. Keynote for Idaho Digital Learning Academy Summer Conference, Boise, Idaho.

Rice, K. (2010, May). Using constructivist learning theories to inform practice in online environments. Invited presentation for the 9th Annual International Conference on Educational Technologies: Traditional, Present, Predictable Future, Torun, Poland.

Rice, K. & Wyzard, C. (2009, October). International collaboration in online environments. Westpomeranian Educational Congress, Szczecin, Poland.

Rice, K. (2009). Online learning: Trends and impact. Invited presentation for CIFS506, College of Education, Boise State University.

Pape, L., Rice, K., & Treacy, B. (2009, March). Online professional development models. Invited webinar presented for the International Association for K-12 Online Learning.

Dawley, L., Davis, N., & Rice, K. (2008, March). Trends, myths, and action in professional development for K-12 online teaching. Invited webinar presented for the North American Council for Online Learning.

Rice, K. L. (2004, February). Narrowing the gap in student technology skills. Presentation at the Boise State University Teaching and Learning with Technology Roundtable Faculty Training Series, Boise, ID.

Select Service Activities

 

University
2010 - Current: College of Education - TECC
2008 - Current: University Curriculum Committee
2008 - Current: College of Education - Curriculum Committee
2008 - Current: University Quality Matters (QM) Review Team
2006 - 2009: Department of Educational Technology - New Program (Ed D) Committee
2005 –2006: Department of Educational Technology, Program Coordinator Elementary Pre-endorsement
Professional
2010 - Current: Pearson Education Blue Ribbon Panel - Professional Online Educator development
2009 - Current: SRI International, Washington D.C. Technical Working Group
2009 - Current: Reviewer, Journal of Teacher Education (JTE)
2008 - 2010: Idaho Online K-12 Teaching Endorsement Legislative Task Force
2008 - 2010: Idaho Online K-12 Teaching Endorsement Standards Development Subcommittee [Chair]
2008 - Current: Reviewer, BJET, JETS
2007 - Current: iNACOL Research Committee member [Invited]
2001 - 2008: Webmaster, Council for Exceptional Children, DDD
Community
2004 - 2006: INSPIRE Academics Virtual Charter School - Founding Board Member, Vice President.

Professional Activities
 
  • AERA member: American Educational Research Association – since 2007
  • NACOL member: North American Council for Online Learning - since 2006
  • ISTE member: International Society for Technology in Teaching – since 2006
  • AECT member: Association for Educational Communications and Technology - since 2005
  • AACE member:  Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education - since 2001
  • WCET member: Western Cooperative for Educational Telecommunications - since 2001
  • NMC 2005  Online Conference on Educational Gaming, November 30, 2005
  • ISBA Conference, Sun Valley, Idaho 2005
  • ITEC Conference, Boise, Idaho 2002
  • ITEC Conference, Boise, Idaho 2001
  • TIFTECH training, Internet in the Classroom 1997-1999
  • Student Achievement Committee 1997-1999
  • TMSA Conference 1998
Honors and Awards

 

  • 2012 Fulbright Award recipient. Exploring New Pedagogies with Technology in Education. Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun, Poland.
  • 2010 Faculty Service Award, College of Education, Boise State University.
  • 2009 Special Service Award, Division on Developmental Disabilities, Web Coordinator.
 

 

Small daisy in pot.© Kerry Lynn Rice, 2008
Last modified:  05/04/2010