Thinking of bringing the Stock Market Game™ to your 4th-12th grade class? This online mini-course program helps make the most out of the experience – learning how to play the game as well as how to integrate this teaching tool into your existing classroom curriculum.
Thinking of bringing the Stock Market Game™ to your 4th-12th grade class? This workshop helps make the most out of the experience – learning how to play the game as well as how to integrate this teaching tool into your existing classroom curriculum. Scholarships available for students in low-income schools.
Thinking of bringing the Stock Market Game™; to your 4th-12th grade class? This workshop helps make the most out of the experience – learning how to play the game as well as how to integrate this teaching tool into your existing classroom curriculum.
Developing an entrepreneurial mindset (e.g., creative thinking and problem-solving) easily integrates across grades/subjects while optimizing engagement by unleashing student potential to pursue interests and abilities. Self-paced modules include 200+ online, free, real-world resources. Zoom classes include local entrepreneurs and peer collaboration time. Practical module assignments result in a collection of classroom-ready, multidisciplinary activities. Topics include types of entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial mindset, opportunity recognition, innovation, design thinking, lean canvas, and elevator pitch.
The name, image and likeness world is the wild west of branding and advertising. This topic is a surefire why to engage your students in economics and personal finance content.
Teaching or planning to teach personal finance? This online institute will deepen your knowledge in all aspects of personal finance.
Join us as we kick off Women’s History Month! This workshop will offer up resources, content, activities, and lessons you can use to teach about women in the workforce throughout Women’s History Month.
Entrepreneurship education also develops better employees in any career field and community change agents. Self-paced modules include 200+ free, online, real-world resources for inquiry, performance, and project-based learning. Zoom classes include introductions to community resources, local entrepreneurs, and breakout groups for peer collaboration. Practical module assignments result in a business plan first draft. Topics include marketing, operations, management, financial statements, business structures, elevator pitches.
Join us for a new workshop series designed to help teachers answer their students when they ask “What’s up with that?” about current economic/personal finance issues. Our inaugural session will tackle inflation and supply chains.
Teaching or planning to teach economics? Want some flexibility as to where/when to seek professional development? Then this online Institute may be for you!
This workshop will focus on the use of pop culture and media to teach economics. Teachers will gain invaluable insight and expertise as well as tips and tricks for integrating clips from TV shows, movies, advertisements, etc. into their existing curriculum.
Why do people trade – across city lines, state lines, or national borders? Are we better off with or without trade? Will trade hurt or benefit certain groups of people?
Virginia is full of talented Economics & Personal Finance teachers. We want to hear from you! Sign up to share lessons and resources that work well with your students or come just to learn from your colleagues.
Dive into the complex and timely concept of immigration through the lens of economics.
Inspire the economic way of thinking through the lens on entrepreneurship that promotes creativity, problem-solving, and critical thinking. This institute provides a variety of curriculum options to help your students to become agents of change in their communities and begin to see problems as opportunities for innovation.
Get resources for your K-12 classroom from the Virginia Council on Economic Education.