TeachingBooks.net, provided free to Indiana residents via INSPIRE (library.in.gov/INSPIRE), offers an ever-growing, vetted collection of lesson plans, book discussion materials, author interviews, and other resources for children's and young adult books.
This webinar will provide an overview on how to use TeachingBooks in the classroom, as well as a "train the trainer" portion that will equip
educators with the tools and strategies needed to facilitate staff development on
TeachingBooks for their colleagues. Don't miss out on this valuable, FREE resource!
This session is worth 1 LEU.
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