Welcome to the University of Idaho Teacher Education Program!
We value cultural proficiency, assessment for improvement of teaching and learning, reflective practice, and engagement in mutually-beneficial clinical partnerships. This page provides insights into the U of I teacher education offerings. Please select any of the following to find targeted information.
Unsure which or not finding the answer you seek? Descriptions and contact information below.
Potential teacher candidates are considering a teaching career and looking into program offerings, getting a feel for what needs to be done, locating information to help them decide if this is right for them, taking necessary initial steps or preparations, etc.
Current teacher candidates are those accepted into the Teacher Education Program and work through the process to become a certified teacher through any of the U of I programs. Designed as a guide, this section outlines the steps required for program completion.
Already certified teachers are those who have completed all requirements to become a certified teacher. This section pertains to additional offerings or support and professional development opportunities.
Clinical partners are those who work with our teacher education program or our student teachers in a variety of ways from the field.
Faculty are involved with our student teachers in a number of ways. Find pertinent information in this section.
For questions about background checks/fingerprints:
Brittani Avalon, Student Services Coordinator
Office: ED 305
For questions involving student teacher internships in Coeur d'Alene area:
Warren Bakes, Instructor and Coordinator of Student Placement
Office: CDA Harbor Center, Room 127A
For status or submission of your teacher education program application:
Andrea Chavez, Undergraduate Program Advisor
Office: ED 303
For assistance with general questions regarding the teacher education program:
Taylor Raney, Associate Chair, Director of Teacher Education & Clinical Associate Professor
Office: ED 507
For questions involving student teacher internships in Moscow area:
Ingrid Spence, Clinical Assistant Professor & Community Partnership Coordinator
Office: ED 312