The Gus A. Stavros Center for Free Enterprise and Economic Education at the University South Florida hosts numerous professional development opportunities throughout the year for K-12 educators to assist them with implementing economic education and financial literacy curriculum into their classrooms. We look forward to having you join us for exciting professional development activities. Current programs and workshops for educators are ongoing. For more information about upcoming workshops and seminars, please contact them.
The Florida State University’s Stavros Center partners annually with the USF Stavors Center for Economic Education. In February of each year, they co-host an annual event Creative Teaching Ideas for Your Economics and Personal Finance Courses. For more information or to find out if the workshop will located in Tampa or Tallahassee, please email Jennifer Kirkland, email@example.com.
The Economic Education Center at Lindenwood University is housed in the School of Education. It specializes in building bridges across campuses and bringing economics to schools of education, humanities, and sciences. Contact the EEC for information on bringing student events to your campus, participating in faculty and teacher workshops, joining webinars, and finding out to get Common Sense Economics into your classrooms. Contact the EEC at EEC@Lindenwood.edu.