Development opportunities for teachers–workshops, networking, educational credits
You look out for your students every day, but who’s looking out for you? California Council on Economic Education, CCEE, is! As educators ourselves, we understand how the personal development to-do items fall to the bottom of the list when there are so many young people to focus on, not to mention your family and personal lives.
Your career and professional development deserve the same focus you give your students each day. We suggest you make a manageable goal for yourself and participate in one activity per year. Over time, your career will benefit from accumulating new contacts and learning from others. You deserve it.
Professional development options at a glance
To earn credits toward your degree, contact us and we’ll work with you and the Dean of your department to earn one to two credits per workshop.
|Teaching the California High School Economics Course||Learn the 23 lessons in depth and walk into your class ready to use the materials. This course has a 97% teacher approval rating||See the calendar for upcoming events|
|Teaching MoneyWiseTeen||Learn to use the lessons, quizzes and information on the MoneyWiseTeen website.||See the calendar for upcoming events|
|Teaching It’s Your Choice||A new program developed by CCEE. Coming soon in April 2011||Email the Program Manager for more information|
|Teaching Financial Fitness for Life||An in-depth overview of the Financial Fitness for Life series; a lesson for every grade and every stage.||See the calendar for upcoming events
|Financial Smarts for Teachers||A program designed specifically for teachers to help them plan their personal finances.||See the calendar for upcoming events|
|CASET, The California Association of School Economics||Join the strongest economics teaching network in California||Join|
|CASET Annual Conference||Meet your peers while you learn new lessons and approaches to teaching economics at the annual conference, typically held in the Fall||See the calendar for upcoming events|
|Earn educational credits toward your degree or eligible educational program.Contact the Program Manager to customize your learning experience, work with the Dean of your department and ensure you earn one to two credits per workshop.|
Financial Smarts for Teachers helps make sense of your personal finances, a complimentary program designed for teachers from California Council on Economic Education, CCEE, in partnership with Jump$tart Coalition and CalCPA.