At MCEE, we make economics come alive. MCEE is the leading voice for academic based, well-rounded economic education in Michigan. By focusing on economics, entrepreneurship, and personal finance, we bring engaging programs to Michigan’s teachers, classrooms, and citizens.
With 10 regional centers in the MCEE Network and our programs and services that benefit over 1,500 teachers annually, we are impacting 750,000 students in the state and continue to seek to expand our programs and resources. We understand the importance of a quality economics education in today’s competitive world.
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MCEE Teacher Awards and Recognition Luncheon
Hosted by Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago-Detroit Branch
Reception 11:30am – noon
Lunch and Program noon – 1:30pm
Economics Boot Camp
Presented by Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago-Detroit Branch
SAVE THE DATE Seating will be limited!
Registration and Program details to follow first of May
FTE ECONOMICS FOR LEADERS
Register at www.fte.org
MINI-SOCIETY FOR TEACHERS
Sponsored by State Farm
University of Michigan-Dearborn
To Register contact David Hales at email@example.com
JULY 29-AUGUST 1 with travel July 30-31 to Hartwick Pines, the Straits of Mackinac, and Sault Ste. Marie)
MICHIGAN STUDIES 2013 WORKSHOP!
Presented by the Michigan Historical Museum
Economics presentations by MCEE Educator Associate John Noling
Spend four days immersed in learning how Michigan’s economy has changed through time, and explore the places where some of our state’s historically important industries developed.
Cost: $275; $250 if full payment is received by June 17. Includes some meals and one overnight stay in northern Michigan.
Econ and History- Michigan Historical Museum
For more information and registration procedures: Contact Rachel Clark (ClarkR@michigan.gov) at the Michigan Historical Museum
FUTURE 2013 STOCK MARKET GAME SESSION DATES
Register for the session that fits your schedule at www.smgww.org
SEPTEMBER 28-OCTOBER 1
INSTITUTE ON THE ENVIRONMENT AND THE ECONOMY
A Program of The Foundation for Teaching Economics in partnership with MCEE and Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship – Northern Michigan University
LOCATION: Grand Hotel, Mackinac Island, www.grandhotel.com
PROGRAM GOAL: To help middle and high school teachers better understand environmental economics issues and to help them relate these issues to their students.
PROGRAM STAFF: Donald G. Fell, FTE Program Director
David A. Dieterle, Senior Program Consultant, MCEE; Professor, Walsh College
PARTICIPANT COSTS: Round trip transportation to and from meeting site.
PROGRAM SCHOLARSHIPS: The Foundation for Teaching Economics will cover all costs for lodging, registration, materials, field trip / field trip transportation and most meals. A $50 expense honoraria will be paid if lodging is not needed.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: July 15, 2013
Completed application received by the Michigan Council on Economic Education, including $50 registration fee (non refundable). (Make check payable to the Foundation for Teaching Economics.)
OCTOBER 18 – 19
MICHIGAN/GREAT LAKES REGIONAL SOCIAL STUDIES CONFERENCE
Hosted by Michigan Council for the Social Studies
with Michigan Council for Economic Education, Michigan Geographic Alliance, and Michigan Center for Civic Education
When: Friday, October 18 – Saturday, October 19 2013
Where: Ramada Lansing Hotel and Conference Center
7501 West Saginaw Highway
Lansing, MI 48917
Presenter Application is available at www.mcssmi.org. Applications are due by May 24, 2013.
MCEE is an independent affiliate of the Council for Economic Education and founding member of the Michigan JumpStart Coalition