The revisions to the high school Personal Finance and
Economics course presents a great opportunity to update some
classic lessons and learn some new tricks to help teach some of
the new material. This workshop features a variety of lessons and
resources designed to just that. New lessons and materials
as well as some revamped “greatest hits” will be provided to
Join us as we sit down (virtually) to speak with Richard Moody,
Senior Vice President and Chief Economist of Regions Financial
Corporation to get his insights on the state of the economy and
his role as Chief Economist at Regions Bank. There will be time
for Q & A, and four attendees will win $50 Amazon gift cards.
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
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 spring semester, which begins February 6th. For virtual times below occurring during the school day, GCEE will reimburse the school or district for a 1/2 day sub pay! Please pay attention to times as the workshop times and lengths vary.