PLPs select a time to meet to discuss format and timeline for book discussions (formats could be: a weekly lunch/tea time, a D2L forum discussion, joint document building, etc.). It is an expectation that PLPs will find a time on a weekly basis to discuss the content and meaning generated from the assigned books. Your insights and connections from the readings will be elicited during the exit interviews. You will have an opportunity to share this with your faculty mentor during your weekly gatherings.
- One Story, One Song (Richard Wagamese)
- Worlds Apart (Thomas Fleming)
- Building Connectedness in schools (Ogilvie)
- Last Child in the Woods
Suggested Book Club Discussion Questions:
-What new idea(s) come forward from the reading?
-How does it connect to your existing practice?
-What questions do you now have? How do your conversations connect and support your personal inquiry and/or CAP project?
-What is your vision for implementing these new ideas?