Session 1.2: Preparing Preservice Teachers to Promote Economics: New Directions in Research and Pedagogy


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  • Join a panel discussion on teaching and research related to economic education in preservice teacher education. Hear an update on Economics in the CCSSO Framework for College, Career and Civic Life. Panelists will share data about novel courses in economic education, partnerships with schools, and pedagogical innovations.
  • Discussant: Mary Beth Henning, Northern Illinois University
    • Paper 1: What Preservice Social Studies Teachers Need to Know about Economics and Personal Finance: Lessons from an Inner-City Charter School
            Mark Schug, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
    • Paper 2: MoneySKILL and the Trial of M. T. Pockets
            Tom Lucey, Illinois State University
    • Paper 3: Fostering Economic Literacy for K-12 Students
            Anand Marri, Teachers College
    • Paper 4: ECON 219: The Hybrid Content/Methods Course in Economics at Purdue University
            Phillip VanFossen, Purdue University
    • Paper 5: Teaching for Economic Justice With and through the Arts
            Jim Laney, University of North Texas

    Time: 
    Thu, 11/21/2013 - 8:00am - 9:15am
    Room: 
    America's Center 121
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