WHY NOT COMBINE AN EXCITING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
OPPORTUNITY WITH A VISIT TO THE EMERALD CITY!
Teachers – don’t miss your chance to go to Seattle, WA this summer AND attend a seminar that will improve your teaching! Economics for Leaders (EFL) will be in Seattle from July 7 – 12 at the University of Washington!
In this week-long program, teachers “go back to school” and are taught by university professors and mentor teachers. What’s unique are the games and simulations: instructors run the activities with real students so the teachers can observe the students’ interactions. Teachers see, up close, why FTE – designed lessons are so effective and leave with a better knowledge of economics, new classroom strategies, and a renewed enthusiasm for teacher.
–Six days of valuable program lectures and hands-on activities geared to economics teachers
–Free lodging if you share a room with another participant, or your own room at a deep discount
–Meals provided during program days
–An opportunity to enjoy Seattle and surrounding attractions
–Lessons based on voluntary National Standards in Economic Education
–Valuable opportunity for peer networking and sharing of ideas
–Three graduate credits available from the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs for $306
–$150 commuter stipend available for local residents
–Scenic views from the Space Needle
–Shopping and entertainment at Pike Place Market
–Coffee at the original Starbucks
–plenty of world class museums plus dozens of other great attractions
LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP TODAY!
HAVE MORE QUESTIONS?
Contact Linda Geiger, EFL Program Director