2014-15 Professional Development Opportunities
The Kentucky Council and its Centers offer training for teachers through professional development offerings, approved by the Kentucky Department of Education. These professional development workshops focus on KCEE curricula that have been aligned with the Core Content and can guide teachers as they integrate economics, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy into subjects like, social studies, math, arts and humanities, practical living, language arts, science, business, and economics.
Registration is required for
most ALL workshops! All workshops are FREE
unless otherwise indicated.
Workshops are offered by KCEE, Centers for Economic Education, and partnering organizations.
If you are interested in offering an economics or financial literacy workshop in your district, please contact Susan Sandage @ 502-272-8707 or email@example.com.
Stock Market Game webinars for Teachers
Teaching Economics Through Children's LiteratureThis workshop offered by the WKU Center and the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis-Louisville Branch, introduces elementary school teachers to basic economic concepts and demonstrates how to teach them using popular children's literature.
Attendees will receive:
1. Classroom-ready, standards-based, printed curriculum materials with whiteboard applications;
2. Interactive, hands-on instruction;
3. Information on how they can use the lessons to meet Program Review requirements;
4. A copy of Uncle Jed’s Barbershop by Margaree King Mitchell for your classroom library;
5. Dinner; and
6. Three hours of professional development.
FOR MORE INFO.....
RegistrationPlease visit www.stlouisfed.org/education_resources/events/ to complete the online registration process. This event is free, but registration is required by Sept. 19, 2014.
October 13, 2014
Financial Fitness for Life workshop for K-12 and pre-service
MSU - Hopkinsville Regional Campus
5305 Fort Campbell Blvd.
Hopkinsville, KY 42240
The Murray State University Center for Economic Education is pleased to announce this FREE professional development seminar covering this comprehensive personal finance curriculum for K-12 students. Receive 2 hours of PD credit specific to economics and consumerism curriculum. The first 12 teachers that register (and attend) will receive a free flash drive fo the FFFL curriculum ($50 value).
Register Online. For more info or to register at MSU
October 8, 2014 EDT
Learn to LifeSmarts!
This webinar is for teachers or coaches (middle and high) interested in having their students participate in the LifeSmarts competition in 2014-15.
LifeSmarts is an educational program and competition that develops meaningful marketplace skills in teenagers and provides them with a competitive venue to showcase the knowledge they’ve gained. The program complements any curriculum in middle schools and high schools and is used as an activity for classes, groups, clubs, and community organizations.
LifeSmarts focuses on knowledge that teens need to know to function effectively and competently in today’s fast-paced, global marketplace. Specifically, students learn about:
Health & Safety
Register for this webinar today to learn how to engage your
students in this exciting state and national competition!
Register for this webinar today to learn how to engage your students in this exciting state and national competition!