New address: 24 Farnsworth Street, Boston, MA 02210-1409.
9.2 I read a book a long time ago. Do I have to have it memorized in
order to indicate on the reading list that I have read it?No, you do not have to memorize the books you read. But you should be
prepared to articulate your general understanding of the book, as well as how it
has influenced your work as a professional religious educator.
9.3 How can I ever afford to buy all those books on the reading
lists? Think about sharing books with colleagues, or approaching
your district to include them in its religious education library. Also, the
Office of RE Credentialing has a lending library of these books, which was
created by the generosity of an anonymous donor. Contact the RE Credentialing
Assistant for lending library
9.4 What if I want to read a different book than one on the reading
There is now a reading list provision by which one or more
books of the participant’s choice may be
substituted for specific books on
the reading list. All substitutions must be approved by the RECC well
program completion. Contact the Religious Education Credentialing Assistant
for the RE Credentialing book list substitution request form. Please note that
you may be asked to provide a copy of the book for evaluation by the
For more information contact recredentialing @ uua.org.
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Last updated on Tuesday, April 16, 2013.
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