ONLINE 2020 CEEE K-12 Economic Education Conference
[Updated May, 2020] This Delaware educational conference, best-suited for secondary teachers, is produced annually by the Lerner College Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship. It has been moved to a live virtual offering and will provide powerful content and engaging methods that help drive students to learn economics.
Participants will have an opportunity to engage online with other Delaware teachers and representatives from Delaware educational organizations, enjoy a mid-day keynote presentation given by Luke Tilley, Chief Economist for Wilmington Trust, N.A., and choose from among six concurrent sessions led by regional experts and master teachers.
Breakout session presentations address topics related to the Delaware Economic standards - Micro, Macro, Systems and Trade. Each presentation will range from 30-45 minutes. Breaks have been built in throughout the day.
Presenters will model how to effectively bring economics to life in the Delaware classroom, teaching participants how to implement vetted and interactive econ simulations that drive student learning. Teachers will take away ready-to-go lesson plans, along with the confidence needed to successfully deliver them in the classroom-- virtual or otherwise.
Five PD hours awarded. We will use the Zoom registration to issue PD certificates after the workshop.
There is no cost to attend but participants must pre-register at:
As date draws closer, agenda and meeting links will also be shared with registrants..
At this conference, the inaugural Bonnie T. Meszaros Economic Educator of the Year will be presented virtually to a Delaware K-12 classroom teacher. More information about the award including qualification criteria and how to nominate yourself or a peer can be found at https://conta.cc/2Fb5vGW .
Thursday, June 25, 2020 at 10:00am to 3:30pmVirtual Event