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On Demand: Econ Camp Session 5

We are sharing our annual teacher to teacher conversation regarding the state of teaching economics and personal finance in podcast form this year.

This discuss launches the pilot episode of Conversations on Economic Education.

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CEE presents Using Tech Tools to Teach

Our partners at the national Council for Economic Education and the Arizona Council on Economic Education are presenting this live webinar series that provides instruction on the EdTech tools that you want to learn how to use, but may be feeling stuck on or haven’t tried yet.

All events on this list are free and take place in July and August. Click the name of the EdTech tool you want to learn more about to register:

  • Flipgrid & Powtoon
  • Jamboard
  • Padlet & Classroom Screen
  • Thinglink
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Missed it?? Online workshop: BMW Manufactures in the United States

Click “Read More” below to register to get access to on-demand version.

Are you looking for ways to discuss real world events between the US and Europe in general or Germany specifically?

Would you like to understand the economics of trade and how to use economics to analyze economic development decisions?

This webinar is for middle and high school teachers (economics, business, social studies, world history & geography, or German language).

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This Week March 8

Check out these upcoming events!

  • March 9 – Online Workshop: March Madness and the Economics of College Basketball
  • March 11 – Online Workshop: Teaching Fiscal Policy in the COVID Era: Fiscal Stimulus vs. National Debt
  • March 11 – Webinar: Financial Fitness for Life: What Does Car Ownership Cost?
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Invest in Girls: Women for Girls Webinars

We’re pleased to present Women for Girls, a webinar series.

Each session is a unique opportunity to learn from and engage with guest speakers—successful, entrepreneurial women working in finance, including chief financial officers, financial services executives, private equity investors, traders, and investment bankers.

Speakers include:

  • January 28 – Suni Harford, President of Asset Management (on demand)
  • March 3 – Carol Juel, Exec. VP & CIO of Synchrony (on demand)
  • March 25 – Jenny Johnson, President & CEO of Franklin Resources, Inc. (Register Here)

Sign up for one—or sign up for all of them!

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On Demand: Econ Camp Session 5

We are sharing our annual teacher to teacher conversation regarding the state of teaching economics and personal finance in podcast form this year.

This discuss launches the pilot episode of Conversations on Economic Education.

Read More »

CEE presents Using Tech Tools to Teach

Our partners at the national Council for Economic Education and the Arizona Council on Economic Education are presenting this live webinar series that provides instruction on the EdTech tools that you want to learn how to use, but may be feeling stuck on or haven’t tried yet.

All events on this list are free and take place in July and August. Click the name of the EdTech tool you want to learn more about to register:

  • Flipgrid & Powtoon
  • Jamboard
  • Padlet & Classroom Screen
  • Thinglink
Read More »

Missed it?? Online workshop: BMW Manufactures in the United States

Click “Read More” below to register to get access to on-demand version.

Are you looking for ways to discuss real world events between the US and Europe in general or Germany specifically?

Would you like to understand the economics of trade and how to use economics to analyze economic development decisions?

This webinar is for middle and high school teachers (economics, business, social studies, world history & geography, or German language).

Read More »

This Week March 8

Check out these upcoming events!

  • March 9 – Online Workshop: March Madness and the Economics of College Basketball
  • March 11 – Online Workshop: Teaching Fiscal Policy in the COVID Era: Fiscal Stimulus vs. National Debt
  • March 11 – Webinar: Financial Fitness for Life: What Does Car Ownership Cost?
Read More »

Invest in Girls: Women for Girls Webinars

We’re pleased to present Women for Girls, a webinar series.

Each session is a unique opportunity to learn from and engage with guest speakers—successful, entrepreneurial women working in finance, including chief financial officers, financial services executives, private equity investors, traders, and investment bankers.

Speakers include:

  • January 28 – Suni Harford, President of Asset Management (on demand)
  • March 3 – Carol Juel, Exec. VP & CIO of Synchrony (on demand)
  • March 25 – Jenny Johnson, President & CEO of Franklin Resources, Inc. (Register Here)

Sign up for one—or sign up for all of them!

Read More »