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Date
Title
Location
Description
January 21 Webinar: Using Diversity in Children’s Literature to Teach Economics and Personal Finance
Your Computer

Attention Teachers of Grade 3rd through 8th:

Decision making is featured in three new chapter books as the main characters deal with predatory lending, limited resources and the immigrant experience. A common theme will ...
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January 22 Webinar: What's in a Name? Exposing the Links between Names and Claims
Your Computer

Teacher of Grades 9-12:

Teachers will learn techniques to help students recognize and critically evaluate the relationships between how something is named, titled or branded and its rhetorical, literary or commercial pur ...
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January 27 The Classroom Mini-Economy
Mayflower Mill Elementary School, 200 E 500 S, Lafayette, IN
Attention Teachers of Grades K through 8:

Register now for The Classroom Mini-Economy professional development workshop to be held on January 27, 2020 at Mayflower Mill Elementary School, Lafayette. Through the Mini-Econom ...(more)

January 28 Webinar: Globalization, Robots and You: Making Career Decisions in A Changing Economy
Your Computer

Teacher of Grades 9-12:

Micro, Macro and Personal Finance are blended to connect the forces of globalization and automation with your students’ lives and the important decisions they face about their own education and ca ...
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January 29 Webinar: Using the Hunger Games to Teach Economics
Your Computer

Teacher of Grades 9-12:

Students will be engaged as they participate in lessons and activities based on characters struggling to survive in a hostile environment. Students do not need to be familiar with these books to ...
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January 29 Webinar for Teachers Partipating in National Economics Challenge: Navigating the 2020 NEC Online Portal
Your Computer

Attention High School Teachers Participating in NEC:

The Council for Economic Education, NY is offering a miniseries on how to navigate the National Economic Challenge (NEC). The first in the series, "Navigating the Onl ...
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February 4 Webinar: EdTech and Economics
Your Computer

Teacher of Grades 9-12:

Whether you are a technology novice or expert, participants will learn ways to use new and familiar tools to spice up your economics lessons. All activities shared can be scaled for both standard ...
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February 5 Webinar for Teachers Partipating in National Economics Challenge: Preparing Your Students for the NEC In-Person
Your Computer

Attention High School Teachers Participating in NEC:

The Council for Economic Education, NY is offering a miniseries on how to navigate the National Economic Challenge (NEC). This is the second in the series, "Preparing ...
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February 6 Webinar: Understanding Fiscal Responsibility: Economics Lesson Revisions
Your Computer

Teacher of Grades 9-12:

CEE recently updated 6 of the most widely used Understanding Fiscal Responsibility (UFR) lessons.

This session will focus on changes made to the lesson Taxation and the Nati ...
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February 11 Webinar: Spicing Up Personal Finance with Tech
Your Computer

Teacher of Grades 9-12:

Learn how to take the personal finance content you already teach, and spice up your delivery and/or assessment practices with the help of educational technology! Teachers will leave with specific ...
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February 12 Webinar for Teachers Partipating in NEC & NPFC: Using the Online Assessment Center for 2020 NEC & NPFC
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Attention High School Teachers Participating in NEC & NPFC:

The Council for Economic Education, NY is offering a miniseries on how to navigate the National Economic Challenge (NEC). This is the last in the series, "Usin ...
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March 4 EconVersations: The Far-Reaching Effects of Public Assistance - How Payment Timing Affects SAT Scores
Purdue University
Attention: Middle and High School Teachers:

The Purdue Center for Economic Education is hosting a professional development series entitled, "EconVersations." You won't want to miss the upcoming program, The Far-Reaching Effects of Publi ...
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