Teacher Professional Development Program

Economics Pedagogy and Literacy Strategies is a free interactive program that will provide high school teachers with resources on how to teach economics. The workshop will include:

  • tools to teach core economic concepts;
  • resources to teach about the Federal Reserve System;
  • literacy strategies to engage students of all reading levels; and
  • a tour of the Museum and Gold Vault.

Educators who complete the entire program will receive 5 hours of Continuing Education/CTLE credit. To receive credit, they need to provide:

  • name as it appears on their teaching certificate;
  • date of birth; and
  • last four digits of their Social Security number.

Registration is now closed.

Event Details
Date and Time
Wednesday, July 17, 2019
8:30 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
33 Liberty Street
New York, NY 10045

Additional Information
Breakfast and lunch will be served.
For questions, please contact Associate Director of Economic Education Graham Long at graham.c.long@ny.frb.org

Registration is now closed.

About Professional Development Programs
The New York Fed's professional development programs are focused on increasing economic literacy among high school and college students. Educators who attend the programs learn how to use economic case studies in the classroom, literacy strategies, and Federal Reserve education opportunities and tools for their students.

The programs are for educators from schools in the Federal Reserve's Second District that may benefit from resources to teach economic literacy, including Title I high schools and community colleges. As a New York State-approved Continuing Teacher and Leader Education sponsor, the New York Fed can provide hours of Continuing Education/CTLE credit to participants who complete the programs—all of which are free.
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