Teaching or planning to teach personal finance? This online institute will deepen your knowledge in all aspects of personal finance.
Have you ever wondered how to connect the economics content you teach to the real world in which your students live and work? This quick-hit webinar is for you!
Use basic economic concepts and skills to teach and deepen students’ understanding of other social studies subjects
Understand how economic reasoning skills are used to critically inquire, analyze, and discuss economic topics while cultivating civility toward opposing viewpoints.
Come join us for this interactive webinar to learn about five free, classroom-ready resources that teachers can use to enhance their Economics/Financial Literacy instruction. These resources can be incorporated directly into any Economics and Personal Finance, Civics+Economics, or AP Economics class, plus many others!
Happy Econ Ed Month! This webinar will introduce you to VCEE’s Scope & Sequence: a one-stop shop for teaching the entire Economics & Personal Finance class.
Join Economics All-Star Matt Hill from Marginal Revolution University (MRU) as he helps us explore the fast-growing world of AI. In this interactive webinar, we will look at how to use AI to make your life easier. Utilizing AI in your classroom for question generation, grading, rubrics, and more.
Practice using economic reasoning skills to critically inquire, analyze, and discuss economic topics while cultivating civility toward opposing viewpoints.
Hear from this year’s Virginia Economic Educator Awards honorees for Outstanding Lesson, Unit, or Performance-Based Assessment as they share their award-winning lessons.
It shouldn’t surprise any of us that the term capitalism is becoming a heated word in the American lexicon. The prevalence of corporate welfare in major business announcements further blurs the line between market capitalism and crony capitalism. Foster a critical conversation of the incentives impacting government subsidies through a game theory simulation and cost/benefit analysis of corporate welfare as a political tool.
The Governor’s Challenge is now The Virginia Economics Challenge. Join us to find out what the program will look like for the 2024 academic year.
The 5th Edition of AP Macroeconomics and 5th Edition of AP Microeconomics are updated and ready for your AP Economics classroom. Come check out the new teacher guides and student workbooks with Ruth Cookson, Senior Manager of Educational Content at the national Council for Economic Education.
Entrepreneurship is an excellent real-world lens for teaching economics and personal finance while simultaneously preparing students for the Innovation & Gig Economy.
The Legend of Beale’s Treasure has fascinated treasure hunters from across the globe for over 200 years. Could the true answer to the search be explained by economics? Join us to find out!
The Journal of Economics Teaching (JET) is a peer-reviewed, economics pedagogy journal devoted exclusively to transmitting innovative teaching ideas to educators of economics at ALL levels.
Come join us to learn how you can be published in JET and find out about JET SET – the journal’s premier annual conference for economic educators.
Join us for this interactive and engaging webinar with Dr. Evelyn Nunes, Economics Professor at Virginia Commonwealth University’s School of Business, to hear how her journey through life led her to the field of Economics. Also, get a behind the scenes look at the day in the life of an economics major from the VCU Student Economics Association.
In this lesson from the Ethics, Economics, and Social Issues curriculum, students investigate the effects of garment factory labor in developing countries. This webinar will help guide teachers on how to engage with difficult topics in their classrooms, without forcing their own beliefs on students.
Get ready for a spine-chilling professional development session that delves into the eerie depths of the job market’s transformation through the ominous lens of “Creative Destruction.” Just in time for Halloween, this session will take you on a hair-raising journey through the cryptic and changing landscape of the world of work.
This webinar will share research-based reasons to integrate entrepreneurship across middle and high school subjects in order to empower students with an entrepreneurial mindset needed for success in school, careers, and life.
Get resources for your K-12 classroom from the Virginia Council on Economic Education.