September 30th – October 1st 2022

61st Financial Literacy & Economic Education Conference

View On-Demand Conference Sessions Available October 21, 2022 – June 30, 2023

We were so excited to be back in person at our 61st Financial Literacy and Economic Education Conference on September 30 – October 1! The Conference was a huge success with over 40 innovative and engaging sessions led by experts in the fields of economics and personal finance education! Over 350 people, representing 26 states plus DC, and even from some other countries attended!

If you were unable to join us in person, no worries! We are very excited to offer over 12 recorded sessions from the in-person Conference for virtual attendees to view on-demand! The On-Demand content will launch on Friday, October 21st and will be available for attendees through the end of the school year. 

Content for Teachers to Level Up Their Lessons

CEE’s Financial Literacy & Economic Education Conference offers

  • 50+ engaging and topical educator sessions with related class activities and lesson plans
  • Inspiring remarks from thought leaders in education and other relevant sectors
  • Roundtable discussions to network and learn from and exchange ideas with peers
  • Continuing Education Unit (CEU) credits to teachers who participate

Exclusive Content and Interactive Learning

Taught by respected educators and subject-matter experts, the conference workshops provide creative and engaging ways to teach fundamentals of economics and personal finance, stay abreast of new technologies, and infuse lessons on history, reading, social studies.

Sample Sessions

The Council for Economic Education designed its Financial Literacy & Economic Education Conference to be a fun way to advance the professional development of teachers so they feel confident and knowledgeable in their essential work.

  • I Want to Be An Econ Ed Advocate
  • Something from Nothing: A Lesson in Cryptocurrency
  • Supply and Demand Digital Escape Room
  • Teaching AP Macro: Long-Run Equilibrium
  • Teaching Economics Using Primary Sources
  • Teaching Hot Topics in Economics While Cultivating Civil Dialogue in the Classroom  
  • The Financial Life Simulator: Simulating Real-Life Decision-Making to Learn
  • The Financially Informed Career Ready Student
  • The History of Housing: Privilege, Poverty, and Personal Finance
  • Digital Learning Strategies: How to Create a Successful Virtual Professional Development Workshop
  • Lies My Econ Teacher Taught Me
  • Personal Finance Escape Room in a Bag