The $mart Indiana Stock Market Program allows your students to have the most updated, realistic trading experience.
This fall, teachers can use the Stock Market Simulation with standard rules, or their students can opt into the new, “Take Stock in Indiana” competition. In addition, the Smart Indiana Essay Competition, and $mart Indiana Infographic Competitions are available to any Indiana students who participate in one of our stock competitions. Then, in the spring, even more competitions will be available for students including the, “Financial Markets Competition,” and the “Commodities Challenge.” Finally, teachers have the opportunity to participate in simulations that are not competitive (enrichment sessions). These simulations will be available throughout the year.
We've added some new features in the $mart Indiana Stock Market Program, For example, it will be easy to link your classroom with a local volunteer, thereby strengthening community connections between schools and financial professionals. Teachers, please tell your local investment and banking professionals, and friends about this opportunity.
We are excited about this new opportunity and we hope you are too. To check out our new options or to register, go to http://www.econed-in.org/stockmarket.asp or www.indianasms.stocktrak.com For questions, or to request a teacher workshop, contact J.W. Fansler at email@example.com
Indiana Stock Market Program details - Dates and Compeitions
Indiana Stock Market Program Registration
We are pleased to congratulate and recognize the winners of the 2016 Economic Poster Contest.
- Trystin K. Central International Middle School, Teacher: Mary Page
- Elizabeth S. Triton Central High School, Teacher: Laura Duncan
- Jillian T. Honey Creek Middle School, Teacher: Amy Barbour
- Alexa S. Thompkins Middle School, Teacher: Rebekah Hodge
- Madison M. Roosevelt Middle School, Teacher: Lisa Foerg
- A.C. Roosevelt Middle School, Teacher: Lisa Foerg
- Elliot M. St. Joseph Grade School, Teacher: Joan Kraska
- Bryan R. Anderson High School, Teacher: Mike Fox
- Bethany B. Triton Central High School, Teacher: Laura Duncan
- Claire W. Honey Creek Middle School, Teacher: Mrs. Cox
Go to http://www.econed-in.org/calwinners.asp to view this year's winning posters.
These resource guides were developed for teachers to assist with economics instruction. The resources in these guides are among the best print and web-based lesson plans available from the Council for Economic Education (CEE), the Indiana Council for Economic Education (ICEE) including the KidsEcon Posters (KEP) materials, and other research based sources.
Kindergarten Econ Resource Guide (pdf)
1st Grade Econ Resource Guide (pdf)
2nd Grade Econ Resource Guide (pdf)
3rd Grade Econ Resource Guide (pdf)
4th Grade Econ Resource Guide (pdf)
5th Grade Econ Resource Guide (pdf)
6th Grade Econ Resource Guide (pdf)
7th Grade Econ Resource Guide (pdf)
8th Grade Econ Resource Guide (pdf)
For related assessments, be sure to register (no financial cost) for the Council for Economic Education's Online Assessment Center.
More What's New!
The KidsEcon Posters© project is dedicated to giving teachers the tools they need to help their students understand the exciting economic world around them – making them more effective producers, consumers, savers, investors, and voting citizens. At the heart of the project are 22 colorful economic posters, each describing an important economic concept identified in the National Standards in Economics and in most state standards. All new Economics Poster Contest NoteCards are now available.