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Take Training in I-DEA

We offer specialized in-person, online and site visit trainings to help providers set up and run their own I-DEA programs. Search in-person and online trainings below to find the ones that best fit your needs.

For more information, questions and pricing, contact Jodi Ruback.

Contact

Jodi Ruback
Program Administrator, Basic Education for Adults
jruback@sbctc.edu
360-704-4306

 

In-Person Trainings

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Length

One day

Who should come

  • 12–40 participants
  • Deans, directors, faculty, department chairs, program coordinators

Who does the training

I-DEA program administrator and one to three faculty trainers. The number of trainers will depend on the number of participants.

Overview

The one-day I-DEA Implementation training begins with an overview of the history of I-DEA and its implementation in Washington state. The overview is followed by two faculty-led workshops on using the I-DEA curriculum. The training concludes with a Getting Started and Next Steps session which teaches participants how to access and set up the curriculum for use in their program.

Length

Two days

Who should come

  • 15–60 participants
  • Deans, directors, faculty, department chairs, program coordinators

Who does the training

I-DEA program administrator and two to four faculty trainers. The number of trainers will depend on the number of participants.

Overview

The two-day I-DEA Implementation training begins with an overview of the history of I-DEA and its implementation in Washington state. The overview is followed by four faculty-led workshops on using the I-DEA curriculum, as well as a session on the Introduction to I-DEA and End of Quarter Modules. The training concludes with a Getting Started and Next Steps sessions which teaches participants how to access and set up the curriculum for use in their program.

Web-Based Trainings

Web-based trainings are offered in WebEx. The first six webinars come together as a package (marked with an *). The last two are add-on webinars that offer participants a chance to delve more deeply into technology needed and assessing student technology skills.

For more information, questions and costs, contact Jodi Ruback.

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Length

Two hours

Who should come

  • 5–15 participants
  • Deans, directors, faculty, department chairs, program coordinators

Who does the training

I-DEA program administrator

Overview

This webinar provides an overview of the history of I-DEA and its implementation in Washington state. Participants will have time to ask questions at the end of the session.

Length

Two hours

Who should come

  • 5–15 participants
  • Deans, directors, faculty, department chairs, program coordinators

Who does the training

I-DEA program administrator and faculty trainer

Overview

This webinar provides participants with an overview of the structure of an I-DEA module focusing on how the curricular components (online and face-to-face) work together. Participants will have time to ask questions at the end of the session.

This webinar is a prerequisite for future trainings.

Length

Two hours

Who should come

  • 5–15 participants
  • Deans, directors, faculty, department chairs, program coordinators

Who does the training

I-DEA program administrator and faculty trainer

Overview

This webinar provides participants with an overview of an I-DEA module pair. Faculty trainers will lead participants through a series of activities which will solidify their understanding of how I-DEA modules are paired and provide the opportunity to explore these modules. Participants will have time to ask questions at the end of the session.

Length

2 hours

Who should come

5–15 participants

Deans, directors, faculty, department chairs, program coordinators

Who does the training

I-DEA program administrator and faculty trainer

Overview

This webinar provides participants with an overview of a second I-DEA module pair. Faculty trainers will lead participants through a series of activities which will solidify their understanding of how I-DEA modules are paired and provide the opportunity to explore these modules. Participants will have time to ask questions at the end of the session.

Length

1.5 hours

Who should come

  • 5–15 participants
  • Deans, directors, faculty, department chairs, program coordinators

Who does the training

I-DEA program administrator and faculty trainer

Overview

This webinar provides participants with an overview of the Introduction to I-DEA and End of Quarter modules used in each quarter of I-DEA. Faculty trainers will give participants an overview of each of these modules and provide examples of how these modules are used, as well as tips and tricks they have developed in order for these modules to run smoothly. Participants will have time to ask questions at the end of the session.

Length

2.5 hours

Who should come

  • 5–15 participants
  • Deans, directors, faculty, department chairs, program coordinators

Who does the training

I-DEA program administrator and faculty trainer

Overview

This webinar provides participants with the information needed to access and begin using the I-DEA curriculum. The I-DEA program administrator will lead participants through a series of activities specific to course setup: importing course settings from Canvas Commons, importing modules from Canvas Commons, setting up Canvas gradebooks to accurately import distance education hours, and general tips and tricks for course setup. Participants will have time to ask questions at the end of the session.

Length

45 minutes

Who should come

  • 5–15 participants
  • Deans, directors, faculty, department chairs, program coordinators

Who does the training

I-DEA program administrator and faculty trainer

Overview

This webinar provides participants with an overview of the Pre and Post Technology Assessments used in I-DEA. Faculty trainers will give participants an overview of these assessments and provide helpful tips for using them in the classroom. Participants will have time to ask questions at the end of the session.

Length

One hour

Who should come

  • 5–15 participants
  • Deans, directors, faculty, department chairs, program coordinators

Who does the training

I-DEA program administrator and faculty trainer

Overview

This webinar provides participants with an overview of the recommended technology for I-DEA. Faculty trainers will also provide suggestions for delivering the curriculum with and without a technology coach. Participants will have time to ask questions at the end of the session.

I-DEA 101

Length

Three weeks (approximately 20 hours)

Overview

I-DEA 101 is an asynchronous training offered online via the Canvas Learning Management System.  Participants who enroll in I-DEA will work through a three-week (approximately 20 hour) self-paced training course.  Course content includes an overview of I-DEA, navigating Canvas and Google, an in depth look at I-DEA modules and instructional practices, and other information needed to successfully implement I-DEA. Course participants will also complete a culminating project to demonstrate that they can successfully setup an I-DEA course.

For more information, questions and costs, contact Jodi Ruback.

Site Visits

Length

One- to two-day site visits to Washington state community and technical colleges

Who should come

  • Up to 25 participants
  • All stakeholders

Overview

I-DEA site visits bring interested administrators, faculty members, and support staff to colleges in Washington state to observe I-DEA classrooms, attend faculty and student panels, and participate in an administrative Q&A. Participants will gain a comprehensive insider’s approach to I-DEA.

Individual site visits can also be arranged by contacting the I-DEA program administrator.

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