Economic Forces in American History
July 18, 2005
The Public Information Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and Foundation for Teaching Economics (FTE) will co-sponsor a four-day seminar for American History, Economics, and Social Studies teachers. University faculty members will lead discussions highlighting the impact of economics on pivotal historical events. Master teachers will demonstrate interactive teaching strategies that incorporate the actual circumstances of historical periods of study. Instructors will distribute Economic Forces in American History lesson plans that help students learn by reliving history rather than just reading or hearing about it.

Teachers from schools in the Second Federal Reserve District (New York State, Northern and Central New Jersey - Monmouth County and north, and Fairfield County, Connecticut)

Event Details

Professional Development Credits
3.0 Quarter or 2.0 Semester professional development credits (available at nominal cost from FTE), or, two semester hours of graduate credit in education available through University of Nevada, Las Vegas*

*It is the sole responsibility of the individual teacher to make sure the credit arrangement you pursue meets the criteria set forth by your school, district, and state.
Date & Time
Monday, July 18 through Thursday, July 21, 2005
8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Federal Reserve Bank of New York
33 Maiden Lane (2 Fed Plaza)