Teacher Workshops

Teacher Workshops and Centers for Economic Education

The Florida Council on Economic Education and its University partners are committed to helping teachers make each and every economics class a success. Currently, the FCEE supports 4 Centers for Economic Education that train k-12 teachers in economics, entrepreneurship, personal finance and the free enterprise system. All training is correlated to Florida’s Next Generation Sunshine State Standards.

Centers Are:

Gus A. Stavros Center for Economic and Free Enterprise Education
at University of South Florida

Visit: stavros.coedu.usf.edu


Gus A. Stavros Center for the Advancement of Free Enterprise and Economic Education
at Florida State University

Visit: www.coss.fsu.edu/stavros


Center for Economic Education at Florida Atlantic University
Phone: 561.297.2908


Center on Economic and Financial Education at Florida State College at Jacksonville
Phone: 904.381.3451


Miami Dade College Center for Economic Education
Contact: dmahon1@mdc.edu

Professional development for teachers achieves an extraordinary multiplier effect, with every elementary teacher reaching 25-30 students each year and middle and high school teachers reaching 125-150 students each semester. Once trained, a teacher is able to integrate economics and personal finance lessons into his or her classroom for years, thus helping to make literally thousands of students economically and financially literate.

To find workshops in your area, visit the calendar and look for the WORKSHOPS icon.

Or to schedule a workshop in an area not represented by a Center, please call us at 1-800-707-4247.