NCCE Northwest Council for Computer Education

NCCE Northwest Council for Computer Education

Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, 83814

Last updated on September 11, 2023

Grant awarded by
TPS Western Region
Organization Type
Non-profit Organization
Congressional District(s)
Fiscal Year Of First Grant
FY 2008 [10/01/07 - 09/30/08]
Contributing Organization(s)
Organization description

NCCE is a professional learning organization for educators and hosts the largest education conference in the Northwest. With a membership base from Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington, NCCE provides resources and professional learning opportunities to our members throughout the year. We serve educational institutions across the globe providing professional learning opportunities. NCCE embraces every opportunity to work closely with schools and districts of any size to ensure delivery of relevant and rigorous professional learning experiences. Our Professional Learning Specialists are experts in supporting educators in the successful integration of digital resources and innovative teaching practices. NCCE’s leadership practices are grounded in culturally responsive practices and decisions that support a growth mind set for all.

Project description
NCCE’s Crossroads of History Project is sponsored in part by the Library of Congress (subsequently referred to as “the Library”) Teaching with Primary Sources (TPS) Western Region Program, coordinated by the Metropolitan State University of Denver. This project allows learners to use primary sources and social justice standards to conduct meaningful dialog, learn and develop historical inquiries, and inspire informed actions that give voice to marginalized communities.
TPS project focus
  • Teaching Materials
  • Webinars
  • Workshops
Content focus
  • Cultural Studies
  • Equity and Inclusion
  • History
  • Information Literacy
  • Library/Media Studies
  • Technology
  • Classroom teachers
  • Community members
  • Curriculum coordinators
  • Homeschoolers
  • Librarians/Media specialists
  • Teacher candidates/Student teachers
  • University faculty
  • K-5
  • Pre-K - 2nd
  • 3 - 5
  • 6 - 8
  • 9 - 12
  • Adult learning
Population focus
  • African Americans
  • Asian Americans
  • English language learners
  • Hispanic/Latinx
  • Jewish Americans
  • Learners with disabilities
  • Low income
  • Muslim Americans
  • Native American/Indigenous
  • Rural
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