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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

The Michigan Council on Economic Education uses the multiplier effect to reach students through their teachers. We invest in teachers who, in turn, reach thousands of students over the course of their career. We offer professional development in economics and personal finance both face to face and through on demand platforms.

Complete this Google Form to be awarded SCECH for your completion of Council for Economic Education professional development. Within 24 hours of completing a professional development webinar with the Council for Economic Education, you will receive a certificate of completion. Please upload the document to our Google Form for MCEE to be able to verify completion and award you SCECH.

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EVENT CALENDAR

    • Thursday, December 07, 2023
    • 4:30 PM - 7:00 PM
    • 5540 Glenwood Hills Parkway SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49512
    • 45
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    $50 Amazon gift card attendance stipend for all educators

    2 SCECH available at no financial cost. Dinner will be provided.

    AGENDA

    4:30pm-5:00pm Welcome, Dinner, & Discussion
    5:00pm-5:30pm Where we currently stand
    5:30pm-7:00pm Personal Finance Learning Outcomes Development

    The purpose of the West Michigan Personal Finance Learning Outcome Development will be to begin the process of developing specific learning outcomes for Michigan students who take a course in Personal Finance. Attendees will brainstorm and identify what Michigan students should know and be able to do within the realm of Personal Finance upon graduation. We will also share district implementation plans for the Personal Finance graduation guarantee.

    In June 2023 the Michigan Board of Education passed personal finance content expectations that students should be proficient in prior to graduation. These content expectations are very broad categories that generally align to the National Personal Finance Standards from the Council for Economic Education and JumpStart. This initial gathering will begin the process of taking the broad content expectations passed by the Michigan Board of Education and developing more specific knowledge students should have after taking a course in Personal Finance. Development of specific learning outcomes will also help teachers and school districts design appropriate curriculum as they design their courses moving forward.

    Michigan Department of Education Personal Finance Guidance Document with Content Expectations

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Michigan Council on Economic Education
12642 Beresford Dr.
Sterling Heights, MI 48313

derek@michiganecon.org
Office: 248.939.4995


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