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Teacher Professional Development

Teacher Professional Development

EconomicsWisconsin and its Centers for Economic Education offer development programs and workshops to help teachers pass on economic information to their students in a fun and educational way.  These workshops focus on Council for Economic Education curricula and help guide teachers in streamlining these teachings in their present curriculum.

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10th Annual Get Your Students Pumped Up on Personal Finance and Economics! Tuesday, October 4, 2016 This one day conference at Lambeau Field is geared to support K-12 teachers and community outreach educators, or anyone with an interest in enhancing the financial and economic literacy of individuals (young or old) within their community. More...

Registration is $65.00

27th Annual Meeting of the
Association of School Economic Teachers (ASET)

Friday, December 2, 2016

Veteran professors Tim O’ Driscoll, Bill Holahan and Scott Niederjohn will hit it out of the park on these four cutting-edge topics: More...

Registration is $50.00

Econ for Opinion Leaders - Teachers and School Administration This workshop will help to develop a clearer understanding of basic economic principles will provide knowledge and thinking skills that can be applied to help make better decisions for the children and families you serve every day. More...

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Upcoming Student Programs

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Grades 4 - 12 Stock Market Simulation 10 Week or School Year Challenge Stock Market Simulation. More... More...
Grades 6-8 Community Showcase Middle school students are invited to compete in this Wisconsin statewide competition showcasing their community by using statistical, evidence-based economic data. More... Project submissions due March 11, 2016. More...

Grades 9-12

Community Ambassadors

Open your high school students' eyes to their local communities and have them dig into what really defines and makes up the economy around them. Their final project must answer the pressing question, "Why would a company or business expand, relocate or start up in your community?". More...

Project submissions due March 11, 2016. More...

Grades 9-12 Economics Challenge It's back! The head to head high school competition is set! More... Register Today!

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