Workshop Description

History of Social Security and Understanding Fiscal Responsibility

Using political cartoons, video clips, and primary source documents, participants will learn how to engage students in critical thinking related to the legacy and sustainability of the Social Security program.

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VCEE Online Offerings Center for Economic Education

Nov 09, 2020
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Grade Level: High School
This webinar focuses on engaging students in critical thinking through Inquiry-based Learning and the Understanding Fiscal Responsibility framework. You will use the latest EdTech tools to teach about the creation of social security, as well as interest, markets and prices, and opportunity cost. Plus, you will receive a certificate of completion from CEE within 24 hours.
Learning objectives:
  • Examine primary and secondary sources for information and interpretations
  • Outline the reasons for establishing social security in 1935
Sign up for this free webinar today. Note: Registration with EconEdLink is required to sign-up. https://econedlink.org/resources/the-history-of-social-security-2/?view=teacher.
Speaker:  Brought to you by VCEE partner the Council for Economic Education with presenter Amanda Stiglbauer of SC Economics

Fee: NO CHARGE


Instructor: Amanda Stiglbauer of SC Economics
Contact Person:
Page Ritter, Administrative Assistant
Center for Economic Education
VCEE Online Offerings

vcee@vcu.edu

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