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Secondary Level-High School

Foreign Currency and Foreign Exchange

Experience a simulation that helps teach about exchange rates and the purchase of foreign goods. Learn about what factors influence international exchange rates.

"Changing Your Life" from Student Teacher to Professional Educator

In this interactive presentation for pre-service educators/methods professors, proven methods will focus on transitioning from college to career, interviewing, focusing at home or abroad and more. Bring your resume! Underclass persons are encouraged to attend.

Back to the Future! Connecting the Past and Present with Classroom Technology

Technology can connect students with history in deep, engaging ways, creating active and informed global citizens. This BYOD session will explore digital resources that offer rich content to supplement classrooms.

The Dred Scott Way!

Three Florida teachers will show, through a civic-minded project, how Dred Scott indirectly contributed to the 13th, 14th, & 15th Amendments. His great-great granddaughter will also share in the presentation.

Developing an AP History Long Essay

Among the changes to the AP History exams is the inclusion of the "Long Essay". This session will provide AP History teachers with strategies to help students prepare for this segment of the exam. Handouts will be provided.

Environmental Challenges and Regional Cooperation in the Middle East

Examine environmental challenges in the Middle East and learn how Israel, Jordan, and the Palestinian Authority are meeting these challenges while using environmental cooperation as a path to peaceful coexistence.

History Doesn't Have to Be a Textbook: Teaching through Text Sets

Step away from the textbook! Text sets with high-interest texts and primary sources can help your students build depth of knowledge, analyze craft and structure, and integrate knowledge and ideas.

Using HowtheMarketWorks, the #1 Free Stock Market Game

Learn how to use the #1 FREE Stock Game,, in your classroom. offers lesson plans, financial calculators and built-in assignments PLUS a customizable stock market game. Over 10,000 teachers used the site last year.

Personal Finance for Teens

Learn how to use National Endowment for Financial Education's free, noncommercial personal finance materials, including turnkey curriculum for grades 8-12 and other new online resources. Leave with lesson ideas and online resources.

Financial Education Teaching Tips: Big Returns with Limited Resources

Explore tips to elevate the effectiveness of existing K-12 financial education programs. Discover valuable and practical strategies to develop student learning, regardless of available resources or financial expertise.


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