Our #econready contest has concluded! We asked K-12 teachers to show us how they will be incorporating economics and personal finance into their classrooms this year and to let us know which EconEdLink resource (lesson plan, video, or activity) complimented their work. We were thoroughly impressed by all the contest entrants!
— Kim Pickering (@kim_pickering80) September 3, 2019
— Kasey Winegar (@MissWinegar) September 5, 2019
Students at @OConnellHS are #EconReady for a year of Knightopoly! They used @flipgrid to show their understanding of supply and demand and will learn about the economies of other countries around the world! @CouncilEconEd #econed #busedu pic.twitter.com/VBf5lod23F
— Bill Betthauser (@BillBetthauser) September 27, 2019
— Alex Lamon (@AlexMLamon) August 29, 2019
— Mrs. Hedlund’s Class (@mrshedlundclass) August 28, 2019
Each of these entrants will be receiving a $200 credit at the CEE store.
— Candace Fikis (@CandaceFikis) August 28, 2019
We’d also like to thank Kevin Morgan, who has been on a roll sharing his economics and personal finance teaching on social media:
Let the 2019-2020 @MarlboroHSinNJ @MrMorganMHS Wall Street Challenge begin!! Students researching stocks to invest their initial $5,000 cash balance in. Always exciting to watch them in action and provide advice!! #theRegional @CouncilEconEd @njeconomics @NextGenPF #iteach pic.twitter.com/SFkmfyNN6W
— Kevin Morgan (@MrMorganMHS) September 13, 2019
I post current issues pieces outside my classroom door. I’ll often notice staff and students taking a peek!! I teach Financial Literacy whenever and wherever I can!!! I plan to post Current Issues in Personal Finance weekly!! Stay tuned @CouncilEconEd @NextGenPF #theRegional pic.twitter.com/exJnmUGhmk
— Kevin Morgan (@MrMorganMHS) September 26, 2019
Thanks to everyone who participated or spread the word, as well as all the K-12 teachers across the country that are equipping their students with the tools and knowledge of economics and personal finance!