Economics and U.S. History Virtual - 27258

This virtual workshop is designed to help eighth-grade and eleventh-grade U.S. History teachers emphasize the economic aspects of important events in American History. The workshop will cover the economic underpinnings of the Constitution, examining why the colonists chose to fight, the origins and implications of the Great Depression, and the question of whether free trade is out of date, among other topics. All participating teachers will receive a copy of Economic Episodes in American History at the workshop and will have a classroom set of 20 more copies shipped to them. In addition, participating teachers will receive a stipend of $100.00. To receive the texts and stipend, the teachers must attend the entire program.
Schedule & Location
4/22/2021 8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Virtual
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Audiences
Teacher - High School (Grades 9-12), Teacher - Middle School (Grades 6-8), Teacher - General Education
Prerequisite/Special Notes
device with internet
Session 51093
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Seats Left 19
T-TESS 2.2

Registration Deadline 4/22/2021
Credit Type Continuing Professional Education
Duration 06:00
T-PESS 1B

Presenter
Steven Cobb University of North Texas

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Crystal Klose

For assistance contact:

Crystal Klose
Instructional Content Coach
cklose@esc11.net
(817) 740-7578

Tracy Driggers

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Tracy Driggers
Director Assistant
tdriggers@esc11.net
(817) 740-7559