|Presented by Purdue Center for Economic Education|
It’s time for something fun!
Please join PCEE for a Playful Economics workshop, led by elementary teacher Gina Boyd, PCEE’s Teacher Advocate.
In this live Zoom workshop we will explore strategies for teaching economics to elementary school students using creativity – and play dough!
Playful Economics teaches basic economic concepts like scarcity and opportunity cost to children through the use of play dough. For a preview, here is an 11-minute Council of Economic Education video of children working through a Playful Economics unit on opportunity cost.
Join us for:
Tuesday, November 10, 2020
4-6 p.m. Eastern
Please register here by November 3 to receive needed play dough supplies and a workbook by mail or no-contact drop-off delivery.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email.
Our workshop host, Gina Boyd, teaches 4/5 high ability classes at Mayflower Mill Elementary in Tippecanoe County. As a PCEE Teacher Advocate, Gina regularly shares her enthusiasm and expertise in teaching economics and was selected by the Council of Economic Education for their Excellence in the Teaching of Economics Award.
Please contact PCEE at firstname.lastname@example.org.