Get ideas from Illinois Schools of Character on effective ways to address bullying, to create a caring classroom environment, and to promote character in all your students. Learn about the Eleven
Principles of Effective Character Education with examples from award winning schools.
Date: Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Cost: $65 per attendee or $50 each for three (3) or more attendees from the same school, $10 for full-time students
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Character Counts Conference (Adobe PDF)
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Nicole Marconi, Assistant Principal, Alton Middle School 2013 State School of Character
The Journey to Become a School of Character
Madonna Harris, Assistant Principal and Tamela Pflaster, Central Jr. High 2012 State School of Character Creating Character within a Junior High School
Pam Bylsma, Principal, Riverside Brookfield High School
Doing What Matters: You, too, Can Create a Character-Based SEL-Rich School
Other presentations include:
How to Go from Bullying to Respectful Behavior
Victory and Honor – How to Promote Character Development in Sports