Category «Professional Development»

MCEE – Statewide Calendar of Events

From our friends at the MCEE: We have created a calendar of events that includes partnering organization events, activities and resources. Please take time to review the Financial Literacy Month’s April resources (link below). We are constantly updating the calendar. We are also including state and national conferences; MBEA on April 7 and the MassSaves Summit on …

MassSaves: Statewide Summit on Financial Capability

The annual Summit brings together interested organizations and individuals from all over Massachusetts and different sectors to participate in conversations, presentations and planning collaboration around Financial Education. This year’s MassSaves summit will focus on building and safeguarding your financial future. Register early and reserve your spot today! When: Friday, April 28, 2017 @ 9am Where: …

NextGenPF Jump$tart Conference Scholarship Opportunity

From our friends at NextGen PF: SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY! We know this school year has not yet finished – but, if you’re like us, and are already thinking about how you’ll be teaching personal finance in the coming school year, we have an amazing professional development opportunity for you! Next Gen Personal Finance is awarding 25 …

Register now for the 2017 MBEA Conference!

The 2017 MBEA Conference schedule has been set and it is fantastic! We’d love for you to join us on Friday, April 7th in Natick, MA for a great day of learning. Sessions include: Let Your Inner Child Out in the STEM Playground High School Teacher Preparation for Student College and Career Readiness Using Virtual …

Great sessions! Great presenters! Are you registered yet?

The MBEA’s annual conference is coming up soon and we have a great slate of presenters for you this year. Take a look! Beyond Google Search: Finding Current and “Real World” Resources to Engage Your Students, Jessica Endlich Winkler, NextGen Personal Finance Breaking the Fourth Wall with Social Media, Alex Lamon, Livingston High School Disruptive …

Conference: Economics Across the Curriculum

Economics Across the Curriculum June 20 – 22, 2017 Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis A history class used data on babysitting wages and movie ticket prices to study inflation. A Spanish class learned about supply and demand by recreating a South American marketplace. Those are some of the ways teachers put into practice what …

Financial Literacy Training for New England Teachers

From our friends from Rhode Island Jump$tart:

NextGenPF: Financial Literacy Month PLC

From our friends at NextGenPF: Financial Literacy Month is the perfect time to join an NGPF Professional Learning Community. Need a ringing endorsement? “I have really enjoyed participating in the PLC sessions! I love to have multiple perspectives on how I teach and the lessons I have in my class. The collaboration with other Personal …

Webinars from NextGenPF!

Our friends from NextGenPF are offering many great webinars over the next few months, and even have an archive of previous webinars! March: Integrate Spreadsheets Into Your Curriculum NGPF’s Jessica LOVES LOVES LOVES spreadsheets. She attributes her proficiency in the art to how they were integrated into much of her college coursework. There wasn’t a …

Webinar Series from the Council for Economic Education

The following webinars are available from the Council for Economic Education: Entrepreneurship Economics: Entrepreneurial Opportunities (February 28, 2017) The Classroom Mini-Economy: How Do I Get Started with the Classroom Mini-Economy? (March 8, 2017) Economics, U.S. History, and the C3 Framework: Why Did the Colonists Fight When They Were Safe, Prosperous and Free? (March 15, 2017)

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