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Inclusion Works Summit


Friday, June 21, 2019


Main Campus—Tama Hall

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The Inclusion Works Summit focuses on best practices that lead to inclusion in areas of living, working, learning, and playing.

Our keynote speaker is Nicole Eredics of

Registration is $199, $1 for current Hawkeye students.

Register today!


Keynote: The Keys to Full Inclusion

Nicole Eredics

Adaptations for Success

Connie Brown, 4th grade teacher
Betsy Haht, Paraeducator
Coryn Clasen, Special Education Teacher

A Place to Play: Inclusive Playground Project

Sarah Corkery and Amanda Weichers, Parents

Inclusive (Not Exclusive) Opportunities for Kids

Tyler Greene, Together We Play

Inclusion at Work

Kayleen Symmonds, Inclusion Connection
Amy Bakker, Project Search

Diversity and Inclusion: Making the Case for a Culturally Competent Campus

Rhonda McRina, Director of Diversity and Inclusion, Hawkeye Community College

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