A FREE in-service workshop available to schools and school districts
What Every Teacher and Student Should Know About the Economy
June 1, 2017 in Colorado Springs
August 1, 2017 in Colorado Springs
Whether you are having a hard time bringing the economics standards to life, are confused by the conflicting rhetoric on the news, or simply want to get up to speed with your own economic awareness, these experienced and talented teachers will help their fellow teachers better understand and teach about important and engaging economic issues. The workshop includes several hands-on activities that can be used with students.
• Who is winning the trade war?
• Are immigrants taking our jobs?
• Will the debt strangle us?
• Is inequality bad for America?
• Will China overtake the US?
• How is the economy doing?
Place: El Pomar Foundation, Colorado Springs
Time: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Continuing Education: Each participant will receive a letter documenting 7.5 hours of continuing education
Faculty: Jeff Kenefsky and Mike Paige, Economics Teachers, Cheyenne Mountain High School
Includes: Naked Economics book by Charles Wheelan, light breakfast, and lunch
Questions: Contact Marc Johnson at the CCEE office at 303-752-2323 or email@example.com
Teacher Travel Stipends Are Back:
CCEE is offering a travel stipend for active teachers. Fill out a form (provided at the class) and CCEE will send you a check upon mileage verification. Receive $75 when you drive over 75100 miles one way or $150 when you drive over 200 miles one way. One stipend per carpool please. This offer does not apply to partnership programs.
Different dates represent the same class offered different times. Sign up for one:
- June 1, 2017 (Class is full, call 303-752-2323 to be added to the waitlist)
- August 1, 2017
Fee: FREE ($25 refundable deposit due with registration)*
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*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.