|Join the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City for this summer’s professional development workshop series, free to K-16 educators. These full-day workshops, hosted in partnership with the University of Missouri-Kansas City Office of Financial Literacy and the Center for Economic Education at Emporia State University, include demonstrations of classroom resources, visits to local businesses and updates from subject matter experts on hot topics tied to economics and personal finance. A graduate credit option from Emporia State University, complimentary meals and onsite parking are available. There is no cost to teachers to attend, but advance registration is required at TeacherPD.kcfed.org.
||Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
1 Memorial Drive, Kansas City, MO 64198
||There is no cost to attend but advance registration is required.
Register today at TeacherPD.kcfed.org.
||Cultural Relevance: Connecting Your Mindset to the Students’ Perspective
Discover how to cultivate healthy social-emotional learning in a diverse environment, including a walking tour of the historic 18th and Vine District and its significance to Kansas City.
||World War I 360: Inquiry-Based Strategies for the Classroom (Middle School and Up)
Explore inquiry-based learning through the lens of economics and history, including a free visit to the National World War I Museum and Memorial.
||Advancing STEM Education in the Workforce – Part 1
Take an up-close look into the future of 21st century careers and the skills needed to prepare for those career paths.
||Advancing STEM Education in the Workforce – Part 2
(Middle School and Up)
Experience the future of technology and how it will shape jobs and workforce development tomorrow.
||Pedagogy for Building Economic and Financial Literacy
(All Grades, Including Breakouts Per Grade Range)
Integrate best practices and winning strategies to engage students in fundamental economics and personal finance concepts.
||Solve the Financial Illiteracy Crisis
Identify tools and tactics to bridge the knowledge gap between financial illiteracy and a financially healthy future.