What is cryptocurrency? How does it get value? Why does it seem
like everyone is talking about? Why does it need to be mined? You
can help your students answer these questions and others by
running this simple simulation with them. Join GCEE for a demo of
the simulation and some background to get you started.
This one-day version of the Bootcamp workshop boosts the comfort
level and instructional effectiveness of novice teachers teaching
the state-mandated high school economics course. Instructional
materials and model teaching strategies proven to help students
learn economics are shared. Teachers receive lessons and other
resources aligned to the Georgia Standards of Excellence.
Audience: Novice Teachers, Grades
Materials, lunch, and substitute reimbursement are
GCEE and the Foundation for Teaching Economics (FTE) team up for
this tour de force of lessons to help your students understand
the federal budget, deficits, and debt. This will be an engaging,
thought-provoking day you won’t want to miss! Participants
get access to a range of lessons and activities.
Audience: Teachers, Grades 9-12
Materials, lunch, and substitute reimbursement provided
U.S. History and Economics teachers will benefit from this
engaging and interactive workshop that demonstrates how economic
concepts underpin most major events in U.S. History and how to
connect the two classes for students.
Audience: Econ and U.S. History Teachers, Grades 9-12
The Georgia Council’s AP Economics Summer Institute has long been
the premier summer institute for AP Economics in the Southeast.
This experience is beneficial for brand new teachers and
experienced teachers looking for a refresher! Like most of
the other APSI’s this year, we will be offering our week-long
institute online so internet access and a personal device
This year participants may choose to receive workbooks from CEE
OR materials from Jacob Clifford. The AP
Economics institute is from June 13th - June
17th.The cost is $725.00
NOTE, the registration link below will take you a different
website for registration for this event. If you have any
questions, please e-mail Chris
Audience: AP Econ Teachers (new and experienced), Grades
This workshop helps teachers learn how to help their students play the Stock Market Game and, more importantly, learn from the stock market. In the 10-week web-based stock trading simulation, students apply research and math skills, practice group decision making and analyze cause-and-effect relationships. Participants in this workshop are expected to play the game this semester. For times below that occur during the school day, GCEE will provide 1/2 day sub pay! Please pay attention to times as the workshop times and lengths vary.
Experienced AP Consultant Gary Petmecky will lead this session
providing tips for preparing your students for success on this
year’s AP Exams. Gary has years of experience teaching
AP Economics and serving as a reader and consultant with the
CollegeBoard. The day will be evenly split between Micro and
Audience: Teachers, Grades 9-12
Lunch, materials, and substitute reimbursement provided.
The 2022 – 2023 school year brings a new high school Economics
course that contains a heavy focus on personal finance. In
this workshop, GCEE will help teachers understand the changes to
the curriculum, why teaching a solid economic foundation is
essential for personal finance, and some pedagogical strategies
to help teach the course effectively. New lessons and materials
as well as some revamped “greatest hits” will be provided to