Professional Development opportunities

Professional Development - Granville County Public Schools

WEA Asynchronous Courses

TPEP Professional Learning

        TPEP 101 found under the above tab

General Information

The Inclusionary Practices Professional Development Project is a state-wide focus on professional development designed to support staff to increase inclusion for students with disabilities. The project is funded by OSPI and open to all educators and community members in Washington state (including education support professionals, administration, paraeducators, parents, special education personnel, and general education personnel.)

WEA’s Inclusionary Practices Project (IPP) is providing professional development asynchronous courses on the Canvas learning management system (LMS). Clock Hours are available at no charge. Register for each course using the link listed next to the course name. You will receive an email confirmation from WEA as well as a registration email from Instructure/Canvas. Once you complete the course including the evaluation, you will receive a clock hour verification form within 7-10 business days.

These courses were created with flexibility in mind, hence there are no due dates for discussions or assignments, except for the final deadlines each year. You will move through the course at your own pace. Think of the course like a book with some interaction. While there are no due dates, there are some important deadlines listed below.


Important Deadlines

Important Deadlines

Monday, May 27th, 2024            

  • Last day to register for a course

Monday, June 3rd, 2024            

  • Last day to complete course and submit assignments

Monday, June 17th, 2024            

  • Last day to complete the Evaluation and Completion Confirmation for clock hours

Sunday, June 30th, 2024            

  • Last day to record clock hours in OSPI eCertification for certificates Washington state educator certificates expiring this year have an expiration date of June 30. Please inquire with the OSPI Certification Office at or (360) 725-6400 for steps you need to take to renew your certificate.