Inclusionary Practice Project (IPP)

WEA's Inclusionary Practices Project (IPP) is providing 24 professional development courses with up to 318 clock hours possible including 60 hours of STEM. The courses are free, provide clock hours, and available to all. These courses were created with flexibility in mind. You will move through the course at your own pace and can start at any time. The list of courses is below. For more information including descriptions and registration links, please visit the Asynchronous Courses page on the WEA website.

Important Deadlines
Monday, May 23, 2023 - Last day to register for a course
Monday, June 5, 2023 - Last day to complete course and submit assignments


  • Behavior Intervention Strategies to Support Students through Inclusive Practices
  • Coaching and Mentoring for Equitable Educational Outcomes
  • Coaching and Mentoring for Specially Designed Instruction in Inclusive Classrooms 
  • Coaching and Mentoring for the Successful Inclusion of Students with Significant Disabilities
  • Coaching and Mentoring of Inclusionary Behavioral Strategies
  • Coaching and Mentoring Universal Design for Learning
  • Data Collection in the Inclusive Classroom
  • Data Driven Instruction for Coaches and Mentors
  • De-Escalation and Behavior Modifications
  • Effective Co-teaching Strategies for Inclusion
  • Empowering Educators - Using Explicit Instruction in the Inclusive Classroom
  • Facilitating Co-Teaching: Supporting Mentors and Coaches w/Inclusive Practices
  • Facilitating Explicit Instruction for Coaches and Mentors
  • Foundations for Equitable Inclusive Education
  • High Leverage Practices for Inclusive Classrooms
  • Intelligent Lives: An Inclusionary Practices Journey
  • Programming for Specially Designed Instruction (SDI) in Inclusive Classrooms
  • Standards-Based Grading that Promotes Equity and Inclusion
  • STEM for Primary (K-6) Educators
  • STEM for Secondary (6-12) Educators
  • STEM Integration and Inclusionary Practices 
  • STEMizing your Instruction 
  • Successful Inclusion of Students with Significant Disabilities
  • Universal Design for Learning

If you have questions, please contact WEA Canvas Administrator Kendru Dimalanta.