Council For Economic Education

CEE Launches Math in the Real World

Math in the Real World CEE Launches Math in the Real WorldThe Council for Economic Education has launched its newest resource: Math in the Real World. Math in the Real World contains interdisciplinary lessons aimed at teaching personal finance and economic concepts, all in the context of math lessons.

Math in the Real World includes lessons that range from “Break-Even Analysis” and “Profit Maximization” to lessons on payday loan expenses and building good credit.

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CEE Offers Free Online Assessment Center

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The Council for Economic Education is now offering the Online Assessment Center. The OAC is a free online resource that provides teachers with an easy and efficient way of measuring their students’ academic progress. It allows teachers to track real-time data on their students’ understanding of economic and financial concepts.
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Students Celebrate CEE’s 65th Birthday

In celebrating the Council for Economic Education’s 65th Birthday, we asked students to share their thoughts on the age of 65. CEE asked a group of K-12 students to finish the thought, “When I’m 65…” Watch them share their ideas and goals below!

happy birthday cee video Students Celebrate CEE’s 65th Birthday

Students like these have benefited from CEE since its creation in 1948. Since then, it has provided economic education and financial literacy to elementary, middle, and high school students throughout the nation. To do this, over the past 65 years CEE has focused on “educating the educators” and equipping them with the necessary resources so that students like those in the video have the ability to realize their dreams over the next 65 years.

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Alfred P. Sloan Award Winners

The Alfred P. Sloan 2014 Teaching Champion Awardees were recognized at the CEE Visionary Awards for excellence and using innovative teaching methods in their classrooms.

101 Alfred P. Sloan Award Winners

Darren Gurney
12th Grade Economics Teacher
New Rochelle High school, New Rochelle, NY

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104 Alfred P. Sloan Award Winners

Kathleen O’Hagan
4th Grade Teacher
P.S. 97/ The Highlawn School, Brooklyn, NY

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99 Alfred P. Sloan Award Winners

Amanda Tombari
12th Grade Teacher
Clarkstown South High School, West Nyack, NY

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The Alfred P. Sloan Teaching Champion Award aims to promote economic and financial education at the K‐12 level by recognizing teachers who effectively deliver this important content in their classrooms and achieve results.

POSTED: November 14, 2014 | BY: Daniel Thompson | TAGS: , , , , , , , , ,

65 Years of Delivering Economic Education and Financial Literacy

Since its inception in 1948 the Council for Economic Education has made it its mission to deliver economic education and financial literacy to K-12 students nationwide. In this overview, you’ll see how for the past 65 years the Council has used ever-changing techniques to educate the educators. By equipping teachers with innovative resources, the Council has made great strides in improving the education of economics and personal finance in our schools.

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POSTED: November 10, 2014 | BY: Daniel Thompson | TAGS: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Lisa Bender from Southern Garret High School on Having a Digital Classroom

CEE’s Blog Series on Teaching Techniques delivers teaching ‘best practices’ from practitioners in the field. These K-12 teachers from all over the United States present their proven tactics and techniques that keep their students interested and engaged in learning economics and personal finance concepts and lessons. Part 8 of 8.

Lisa Bender from Southern Garret High School in Oakland, Maryland, has spent her career teaching economics fusing it with her other passion, immersive technology for the classroom. For her, economics lessons come alive when they are paired with the ground breaking information found on web portals and discovered with easy to use platforms such as tablets. With these tools, Ms. Bender is able to teach complementary lessons on economics and digital citizenship by showing students what tools to use and how to use them responsibly.

This completes CEE’s new Blog Series, Teaching Techniques: Classroom Innovation on Economic Education. Keep checking back for more weekly updates on our blog!

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