Understanding Global Economic Issues
POSTPONED – Contact us to received rescheduled date
You don’t want to miss this event if you need graduate credit and want to up your understanding of economic issues! Join our special guest Don Fell, from the Foundation for Teaching Economics, as he brings Understanding Global Economic Issues to Kansas. This is a fantastic opportunity to enhance your understanding just in time for the new school year. This location is very close to Village West Area where you can find the Legends Outlet Mall by the Kansas Speedway so you can stay and do your shopping or check out Cabelas and Nebraska Furniture Mart! Bring your family and make it a short staycay before school starts. Spend the day with us and let your family stay busy in the area.
APPLY and we will send you the rescheduled date. Great workshop for social studies, business and agriculture teachers in middle or high school.
WILL BE RESCHEDULED
9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Registration starts at 9:15 with breakfast & lunch provided)
Option for one graduate credit in economics through the University of Colorado – Colorado Springs for $122 cost.
9:30-4:00 (Registration/breakfast at 9:15)
Content: Focus of the program will be on current global economic issues, with a variety of lecture/discussion sessions and case studies / simulations adapted for classroom use. Find more at the FTE Page.
- Standards of living
- Economic institutions
- Reasons for trade
- Trade barriers
- Exchange rate determination
- Impact of trade – globally, nationally, per state / region
- Trade alliances
Optional: One hour graduate credit in economics from the University of Colorado Colorado Springs (approximately $122). Assignment to be given during program seminar.