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Book Study SETC

FREE books will be provided by Center for Strengthening the Teaching Profession for Washington State educators while supplies last!

Inclusion in Action: Practical Strategies to Modify Your Curriculum 

By Nicole Eredics

Wednesdays January 25th– February 15th, 3:30-4:00PM

Inclusion in Action is “equally useful as a beginner’s guide to inclusion and a goldmine of practical ideas for experienced teachers, this must-have book will help make your curriculum “possible and achievable” for every learner, with and without disabilities.”

Registration Link: Meeting Registration – Zoom

I See You In There 

By Brenda Robertson Del Monte

Tuesdays in February & March 12:00-1:00PM

I See You In There is a collection of the author’s personal stories of connecting with people over the last 23 years of her career as a Speech-Language Pathologist who specializes in Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC).  She shares her experiences with children and adults with disabilities, as well as parents, and what she has learned about human connection from these experiences.   While this book shares strategies and tools throughout, the focus is on people and meaningful human connection, which drives the author’s daily life.  Participants will have the opportunity to discuss technology tools and strategies in the book, as well as reflect on their own experiences of how human connection plays a foundational role in life and work.

Registration Link: Meeting Registration – Zoom

Universal Design Daily: 365 Ways to Teach, Support, & Challenge All Learners

By Dr. Paula Kluth, PhD 

Monday evenings in March 7:00-7:30PM

Universal Design Daily gives practical ideas on how to incorporate inclusive strategies and tools into the classroom. Educators will gather to discuss and explore tips from the book and share ideas from their own experiences with students. Together, with your expertise and excitement, we will be putting the ideas into practice. 

Registration Link: Meeting Registration – Zoom

The Mentor’s Guide Facilitating Effective Learning Relationships 

By Lois J. Zachary & Lisa Z. Fain

Tuesdays in May 12:00-1:00PM

The Mentor’s Guide offers practical tools for facilitating mentoring experiences. This book explores the critical process of mentoring in educational, nonprofit, corporate and government environments. Managers, teachers and leaders in any setting will benefit from these practical tools for facilitating the mentoring experience from beginning to end.  Join seasoned leaders in the field of education, and assistive technology to learn indispensable tools to navigate your learning and mentoring journey. 

Registration Link: Meeting Registration – Zoom