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Workshops


Date
Title
Location
Description
February 22 Webinar: National Economics Challenge Tips and Resources to Help Your Students Prepare
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High School Teachers

Join the National Economics Challenge experts for this informative webinar on how to prepare your students for the National Economics Challenge!

Participants will review the following:

February 22 Economics and Children's Literature
Ball State University Alumni Center, Conference Room 1
K-5 Grade Teachers:

Join Mitchell Elementary School teacher, Jennifer Stacy, as she presents economic concepts included in Indiana's Academic Standards while exploring the book Because of Winn Dixie by Kate DiCamillo.

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February 22 CANCELLED Teaching History and Economics through Reading
Central Indiana Educational Service Center, 6036 Lakeside Blvd, Indianapolis
Attention 3rd through 5th Grade Teachers:

The IUPUI Center for Economic Education invites you to attend a professional development opportunity on February 22, 2017 from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm at the Central Indiana Educational Se ...
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February 23 CANCELLED Furry Friends Economics
Central Indiana Educational Service Center, 6036 Lakeside Blvd, Indianapolis
Attention K-3 Grade Teachers:

The IUPUI Center for Economic Education invites you to attend a professional development program on February 23, 2017 from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm at the Central Indiana Educational Service Center. L ...
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February 28 Webinar: Entrepreneurship Economics: Entrepreneurial Opportunities
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Teachers in Grades 9 through 12:

Entrepreneurship occurs when an individual acts to take advantage of a profit opportunity that presents itself in the economy. This webinar will look at how cost/benefit analysis can help in identi ...
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March 8 Webinar: How Do I Get Started with the Classroom Mini-Economy?
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Teachers in Grades 3 through 6:

Getting started can be the scariest part. This session will walk teachers through the steps to setting up a classroom mini-economy. Teachers will be guided on how to begin and what decisions need to b ...
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March 22 Webinar: Red Light, Green Light: A Road Map to Financial Success
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K through 5th Grade Teachers:

Children are never too young to begin learning basic personal finance concepts. This webinar will show you why it is so important to start teaching personal finance at a young age. You will learn how to integrate p ...(more)

March 28 Webinar: Entrepreneurship Economics: Entrepreneurial Financing
Your Computer
Teachers in Grades 9 through 12:

Entrepreneurship occurs when an individual acts to take advantage of a profit opportunity that presents itself in the economy. In this webinar, we will delve into the study of resource allocations ...
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April 4 Webinar: Running the Classroom Mini-Economy throughout the Year
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Teachers in Grades 3 through 6:

Once you have a plan laid out for your classroom mini-economy, it's time to implement it. This session will guide you on how to best introduce this to the class and how to guide them through the many ...
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May 9 Webinar: Expanding Your Classroom Mini-Economy
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Teachers in Grades 3 through 6:

Once you have mastered the mini-economy there are many ways you can enrich or extend it. This session will give teachers ideas for extensions and projects that can be done along with the mini-economy. ...
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