Teacher Workshops

Teacher Workshops and
Centers for Economic Education

The FCEE and our affiliated Centers for Economic and Financial Education provide award-winning professional development training to districts free of charge. Many trainings can be used toward CEU credits and provide resources or a stipend for attending. Workshops stress the importance interweaving economics into other content areas such as drama, history, math, and literature and align with current standards and pedagogical methods.

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Train One, Teach Thousands!

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.


Center Contacts:

Dr. Dick Puglisi, Director
Gus A. Stavros Center for Economic and Free Enterprise Education at USF
StavrosCenter@usf.edu
813-974-2175
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Dr. William Bosshardt, Director
Center for Economic Education at FAU
wbosshar@fau.edu
561-297-2908
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Dr. Susan Reilly Director
Center on Economic and Financial Education at FSCJ
SReilly@fscj.edu
904-646-2410
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David Mahon, Director
Center for Economic Education at Miami Dade College
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Dr. Joseph Calhoun, Director
Gus A. Stavros Center for the Advancement of Free Enterprise and Economic Education at FSU
jcalhoun@fsu.edu
850-644-4772
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Call your local Center today to register for one of these outstanding programs.
Not near a Center for Economic and Financial Education? No problem! Call 813-289-8489 or email info@fcee.org to find out how we can bring the training to your school!