The Council for Economic Education’s Conference is a nationwide annual gathering of state councils and centers, and educators including K-12 teachers, college and university professors and Federal Reserve partners. In 2011 more than 400 top economic educators and industry thought-leaders attended, including 140 classroom teachers from 33 states.
The conference features a diverse selection of presentations, workshops and events to enable educators to raise the levels of economic and financial literacy among K-12 students. It also features the latest in curriculum development, instructional materials, teaching strategies, new programs and best practices; professional development workshops and sessions for K-12 teachers; outstanding speakers on current economic and financial topics; hands-on technology education sessions; networking opportunities; and teacher roundtables to discuss shared issues, accomplishments, challenges, and opportunities.
In 2012 CEE will introduce new products and lesson plans at the conference, including the revised Advanced Placement Economics publications and the Middle School World History teacher resource.
Check out the schedule from 2011 to see what sessions and meetings were available.