FTE’s Economic Forces in
American History

September 24, 2016 in Denver

Often overlooked in traditional history curricula are the insights that the economic way of thinking adds to social, political and geographic perspectives. To help rectify the oversight, CCEE brings to all secondary teachers of American history a one day workshop from the Foundation for Teaching Economics – Economic Forces in American History. The workshop will focus on three topics – the Constitution as an Economic Document; Wars and the Economy; and Immigrants and the American Workforce. Participants will leave with enhanced content knowledge and classroom-ready lessons on each topic to share with your students

Grades:  Secondary
Place:  Argosy University, 7600 E Eastman Ave, Denver
Time:  8:30 am - 4:30 pm
FEE:  $40 - On Sale for $20*
  Elyce Rotella, PhD, University of Michigan; and Debbie Henney, Foundation for Teaching Economics
Optional Credit Reinstated: ½ UCCS ECON 6310 Grad. Credit Hr.,
available. Credit is good for Certificate in Economic Education
Includes:  Light breakfast and lunch
Questions:  Contact the CCEE office at 303-752-2323 | info@ccee.net

*REFUND POLICY: Registration cancellations must be requested within 10 business days prior to the class start date; otherwise registration fees will be forfeited.

 **REGISTRATION GUIDELINES:** We try to identify the best fit for our open enrollment classes, usually by the kinds of resources and pedagogy included in the class. However, it is our STRONG belief that the content from any of these classes is valuable for the professional development of any teacher, will enhance the understanding of ALL teachers, and will inspire creative applications in individual classrooms. We encourage teachers of all grade levels to attend any of our classes. We hold 3 spots in every one-day open enrollment class for retired teachers and the general community.