Past Programs

 We make the Arizona economics standards accessible and fun to teach!


 More than 3,000 teachers have attended Office of Economic Education workshops and graduate classes since February 2009, including: 

 2018

  • Teaching the New Social Sciences Economics Standards with Confidence - for upper school teachers in Pinal and adjacent counties
  • Teaching the New Social Sciences Economics Standards with Confidence - for upper school teachers in Yuma County
  • Teaching the New Social Sciences Economics Standards with Confidence - for upper school teachers in Cochise and adjacent counties
  • Summer Teacher Institute in Macroeconomics for Arizona Teachers
  • Summer Teacher Institute in Microeconomics for Arizona Teachers
  • Integrating Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Math, English Language Arts, and Economics in the Elementary Classroom - for Cochise County Elementary Teachers
  • Integrating Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Math, English Language Arts, and Economics in the Elementary Classroom - for Yuma County Elementary Teachers
  • Integrating Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Math, English Language Arts, and Economics in the Elementary Classroom - for Pinal County Elementary Teachers
  • Summer Institute in Economics for Middle and High School Teachers

 


 

2017

  • Analyzing Primary Sources & Media through an Economics Lens - for Pinal County Teachers
  • Analyzing Primary Sources & Media through an Economics Lens - for Cochise County Teachers
  • Analyzing Primary Sources & Media through an Economics Lens - for Graham & Greenlee County Teachers
  • Analyzing Primary Sources & Media through an Economics Lens - for Santa Cruz County Teachers
  • Analyzing Primary Sources & Media through an Economics Lens - for Yuma County Teachers
  • Summer Institute in Economics for Middle and High School Teachers
  • Teaching The Knowledge Problem in Economics: A colloquium for teachers with professor Antony Davies
  • Homer Economicus: Teaching Economics with The Simpsons: A colloquium for teachers with professor Joshua Hall
  • Teaching Elementary Economics and Geography Through Children's Literature for Yuma County Teachers
  • Teaching Elementary Economics and Geography Through Children's Literature for Cochise County Teachers
  • Teaching Elementary Economics and Geography Through Children's Literature for Graham & Greenlee County Teachers
  • Teaching Elementary Economics and Geography Through Children's Literature for Pinal County Teachers

 

2016

  • Teaching the Economics of Trade: A colloquium for teachers with professor Carlos Asarta
  • Pokemon Go! Going...Gone?: A colloquium for teachers with professor Dirk Mateer
  • Teaching the Economics of Trade: A colloquium for teachers with guest professor Carlos Asarta
  • Integrating Economics into World History for Pinal County Teachers
  • Integrating Economics into World History for Graham & Greenlee County Teachers
  • Integrating Economics into World History for Cochise County Teachers
  • Integrating Economics into World History for Yuma County Teachers
  • Summer Institute in Economics for Middle and High School Teachers
  • Economics & Math in Children's Literature for Graham Greenlee County Teachers
  • Economics & Math in Children's Literature Pinal County Teachers
  • Stock Market Game Teacher Training Workshop for spring semester
  • Economics & Math in Children's Literature for Yuma County Teachers
  • Economics & Math in Children's Literature for Cochise County Teachers
  • Rockonomix: a colloquium for teachers with guest professor Kim Holder
  • An Econ Song & Dance: a colloquium for teachers with guest professor Brian O'Roark


 

2015

  • Summer Institute in Economics for Middle and High School Teachers
  • Teaching Comparative advantage: a colloquium for teachers with guest professor Joana Girante
  • Economics of Dating; a colloquium for teachers with guest professor Ninos Malek
  • Economics and the Environment: EcoDetectives for Graham and Greenlee Social Studies and Science teachers
  • Economics in Civics and Government for Graham & Greenlee County teachers
  • Economics in Civics and Government for Pinal County teachers
  • Economics in Civics and Government for Santa Cruz County teachers
  • Economics in Civics and Government for Cochise County SMILE Conference
  • Economics in Civics and Government for Yuma County teachers
  • Stock Market Game Teacher Training Workshop for autumn semester
  • Economics in Children’s Literature for Graham & Greenlee County teachers
  • Economics in Children’s Literature for Pinal County teachers
  • Economics in Children’s Literature for Santa Cruz County teachers
  • Economics in Children’s Literature for Cochise County SMILE Conference
  • Implementing the Classroom Mini-Economy for Yuma County K-5 teachers


 

2014

  • Virtual Economics for PreService & Cochise County Elementary teachers
  • Summer Institute in Economics for Middle and High School Teachers
  • Economics for 3rd-5th grade teachers, at South East Arizona Teacher Academy
  • Economics for 6th-12th grade teachers, at South East Arizona Teacher Academy
  • Economics in Math, Ecology, Graphing, and Classroom Mini-Economy, Cochise County Summer Teacher STEM Conference
  • Economics in US History for Cochise County teachers
  • Economics in US History for Yuma County teachers
  • Economics in US History for Santa Cruz County teachers
  • Economics in US History for Pinal County teachers
  • Stock Market Game Teacher Training Workshop
  • Virtual Economics for Pinal County Teachers
  • Special Topics in US History and Economics for Yuma High School Teachers

 

2013

  • Virtual Economics For Graham & Greenlee Counties
  • Stock Market Game Teacher Training Workshop
  • Virtual Economics For Yuma Union High School District
  • Micro/Macroeconomics Summer Teacher Institute
  • Supplying Your Demand: Graphing Review for Graham County High School Teachers
  • There is No Dismal in Economics: Interactive Teaching for Graham County Middle School Teachers 
  • Virtual Economics for Cochise County Teachers
  • Virtual Economics for Douglas High School Social Studies Teachers
  • Virtual Economics for Graham and Greenlee County Teachers
  • Virtual Economics for Santa Cruz County Teachers

 

2012

  • Teaching Economics with PBS documentary Commanding Heights, UA, February 2012
  • Civics and Economics, UA, March 2012
  • Micro/Macroeconomcs Grad Class, UA, May-June, 2012
  • Virtual Economics, Yuma Union High School District, November 2012

 

2011

  • Five-day econ review, UA, February-March 2011
  • Teaching Economics Through Children’s Literature, UA, March 2011
  • Breakfast lecture with economist Russ Roberts, Tucson, April 2011
  • Morning workshop with economist Russ Roberts, Tucson, April 2011
  • Evening lecture with economist Russ Roberts, UA, April 2011
  • Teaching Economics through Children’s Literature, Benson, Arizona, April 2011
  • Economics for Elementary Teachers, UA, June 2011
  • Foundations of Economics Grad Class, UA, June 2011
  • Micro/Macroeconomics Grad Class, UA, June 2011
  • Economics in Science Fiction, UA, June 2011
  • Ethics and Economics Grad Class, UA, July 2011
  • Lecture by Experimental Economist Vernon Smith, UA, July, 2011
  • Personal Finance Grad Class, UA, July 2011
  • Developing a Semester High School Syllabus, UA, July 2011
  • Auction Experiments for the Classroom, UA, September, 2011
  • Developing a Semester High School Syllabus, UA, September 2011
  • Economic Forces in American History, with Foundation for Teaching Economics, UA, October, 2011
  • Evening lecture by economist Jason Shogren, UA, November 2011
  • Economics and the Environment, with Foundation for Teaching Economics, Tucson, November 2011

 

2010

  • Two Day AEPA Econ Exam Prep Seminar, UA, January 2010
  • Five-day econ review, UA, January-May 2010
  • Economics of Health Care, UA, May, 2010
  • Economics for Elementary Teachers, UA, June 2010
  • Foundations of Economics Grad Class, UA, June 2010
  • Microeconomics Grad Class, UA, June 2010
  • Macroeconomics Grad Class, UA, June 2010
  • Ethics and Economics Grad Class, UA, June 2010
  • Dinner with Economist Peter Boettke, UA, November, 2010
  • Teaching Economics with PBS documentary “Commanding Heights,” UA, December, 2010. Civics and Economics, UA, December 2010

 

2009

  • Teaching with an Economic Freedom Map, UA, February 2009
  • Pay it Forward, five-day AEPA Exam prep, Tucson USD, Spring 2009
  • Environmental Economics with Experiments, UA, May, 2009
  • Microeconomics Grad Class, UA, June, 2009
  • Macroeconomics Grad Class, UA, June, 2009
  • Economics for Elementary Teachers, UA, June 2009
  • Teaching Economics through Children’s Literature, Elgin, Arizona, November 2009
  • Math and Economics for Elementary and Middle School Teachers, Sierra Vista, Arizona, December 2009
  • Math and Economics for Elementary and Middle School Teachers, UA, December 2009
  • Teaching Economics through Children’s Literature, UA, December 2009

 

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