High school teachers, would you like to access no-cost, award-winning tools that track student progress? Register for this free June 28-29 workshop. (This event is also great for community college educators!)
Federal Reserve Economic Education specialists will demonstrate infographics, activities and more that you can use—whether teaching in-person or virtually. By attending, you will:
Enjoy personalized instruction from econ education specialists with classroom teaching experience.
Access new infographics and activities to teach tough economics concepts, like taxes and markets and price controls.
Get a guided tour of Econ Lowdown learning modules, video, audio and readings with Q&As.
Participate in a demonstration of current economic events materials focusing on the role of government.
Discover online economic decision-making tools for college and career planning.
See ways to teach economic indicators and how you can easily get up-to-date data.
Learn about the Fed, including resources and tours available across the country.
Please sign up by 5 p.m. Central, June 25. Your registration enables you to attend both sessions, June 28 and 29.
Questions about the content? Contact Eva Johnston at the St. Louis Fed, email@example.com.
For technical assistance during the Institute: Contact Jackie Morgan at the Atlanta Fed, Jackie.Morgan@atl.frb.org.