3rd Annual Iowa Anti-Bullying Symposium 10.4.2019
The 3rd Annual Iowa Anti-Bullying Symposium is on October 4, 2019, at the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines, Iowa.

This conference will focus on a variety of different topics, including bullying prevention, bullying intervention, bullying remediation, conflict mitigation, educational strategies, developing social-emotional skills, and specific issues affecting at-risk populations.

Please complete the break-out session proposal below. This information will be included in our market

Please complete the break-out session proposal below. This information will be included in our marketing materials, symposium brochure and through social media.

If you have multiple sessions you would like to submit, a separate form is required for each session.

Each break-out session will be 60 minutes in length. Sessions will begin at 10 am and conclude by 3pm. Specific time slots will be determined and shared with presenters well in advance of the symposium.

Thank you for your participation and passion for supporting our students, schools, businesses, and communities!

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Notes on Workshop Presentation
Remember, the primary audience of this conference is K12 educators, collegiate faculty and administrators, business professionals, and community leaders. As you plan your presentation, consider the following:

WHAT topics am I addressing that impact the lives of STUDENTS?

HOW will I engage my attendees in the material being learned? (Activity? Small Group Discussion? Worksheet?)

WHAT specific things will educators be able to take back to their schools and classrooms?

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