Below are current and upcoming programs offered by the Office of Economic Education. To register for a program, please select the corresponding red "Register Now" button to proceed to the registration form.
There are no fees for these programs, but you must register in advance.
Analyzing Historic Documents Through An Economic Lens
Primary source analysis is key to developing students who can think like historians, political scientists, and economists. This workshop for middle and high school teachers of History, Government, Civics, Social Studies and Economics will look at familiar types of documents in a new way that helps reveal the sometimes invisible mechanisms that shaped past events. The workshop will include rich content, model lessons you can replicate in the classroom, resources for analyzing primary resources from an economic perspective, and access to all the materials. Attendees will also receive a certificate for 3.5 hours of professional development.
The workshop will be offered at five locations.
There are no fees for these programs, but you must register in advance. Dates and locations are in the following table:
Economics Summer Institute 2017
For Middle and High School Teachers
Learn the basic content you are lacking — or want to review — for teaching Arizona Social Studies Strand 5. Two consecutive week-long, non-credit workshops — one in microeconomics, one in macroeconomics — are designed for middle and high school teachers to provide a firm grounding in the basic principles. To learn more about the summer institute click HERE.
For additional information, please contact us.