The Workshop Active Learning in the Virtual Classroom: Twenty-Seven Trillion and Counting scheduled on April 14 is currently full and has been closed to new registrations. Further details about this program will be emailed the week of April 5th.
FTE offers a variety of virtual workshops for teachers on active learning in the virtual economics classroom. In these sessions, FTE instructors will feature the tools and pedagogy used in the Economics for Leaders virtual programs. Our newest topic, Active Learning in the Virtual Classroom: Twenty-Seven Trillion and Counting will give your students the tools they need to make sense of incentives, costs, and benefits facing the decision makers that apply whether you are teaching in a traditional or virtual classroom.
Like most educational institutions across the country, FTE converted all high school student programs online with the outbreak of COVID-19. With over 620 high school students enrolled in the virtual Economics for Leaders program last summer, FTE staff developed significant experience delivering economics content in a virtual environment and we want to share this knowledge with educators across the nation.