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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FUTURE 2014 STOCK MARKET GAME SESSION DATES
Register for the session that fits your schedule at www.smgww.org
FEBRUARY 14-MARCH 1
MCEE Economics Challenge Online State Qualifier
Register at www.econonline.org and click on Michigan
Common Sense Economics for Life
Macomb Intermediate School District (44001 Garfield, Clinton Twp.)
Presented by Dr. Tawni Ferrarini, NMU Center for Economic Education Associate Director
For More Information and To Register
Common Sense Economics for Life
NIGHT AT THE FED- Economics at the Elementary Level: Don’t Be Scared!
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago- Detroit Branch
The event includes a FREE strolling dinner with tours and presentations. Registration is open and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Educators would be allowed to bring one guest.
Location: Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago-Detroit Branch, 1600 E. Warren Ave., Detroit, MI 48207
Betsy Lavelle was an early childhood and primary public school educator (K-3) for over 30 years. Over her career, she was forced to adapt to what the education marketplace required, including integrating economics specifically into her curriculum. She discovered that economics could be incorporated into materials she had used throughout her tenure. Now, she would like to share her knowledge with teachers and educators on how economics can be integrated into daily lessons.
While Mrs. Lavelle’s workshop is primarily designed for early childhood and elementary students, teachers and educators at all levels are welcome to attend.
5:00-6:00 Lesson 1: Vocabulary/Lemonade Stand
6:10-7:10 Lesson 2: How to use Picture Books and Integrate Economics with Other Subjects
7:10-8:10 Take a Picture Book and Come Up With Your Own Lesson
3 SCECHs (applied for- approval pending) offered through MCEE ($5 registration fee paid to MCEE the day of the event)
For more information and registration
Please contact Martin Lavelle at firstname.lastname@example.org or 313-964-6150
Michigan Economics Challenge State Finals- Walsh College-Novi
Proudly sponsored by Amerisure Insurance Co. and Walsh College Center for Economic Education
MCEE CHAMPIONS DINNER- An Evening of Appreciation and Celebration
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago-Detroit Branch
Rod Meloni, Emcee
-Raymond James & Associates
-Mr. Rod Meloni, Business Editor, WDIV-TV
-Mr. Don Jeffery
-2014 Economic Educator of the Year
Teachers and Students from
-Economics Challenge State Champions and Silver Medalists
-Stock Market Game
6-7 Reception and Silent Auction
7:45-9 MCEE Champions Recognition and Honoree Program
Sponsor a Table of Teachers and Students!! Call 248.444.9564
MCEE/FTE Right Start Institute
Island House, Mackinac Island
Space is very limited!! Register early!
MCEE is an independent affiliate of the Council for Economic Education and founding member of the Michigan JumpStart Coalition