This Call For Proposals is closed.
It closed on
January 31, 2018 (Wed).
K-12 Educator Days: October 5-6, 2018
CEE Affiliates Days: October 4-6, 2018
The Council for Economic Education’s 57th Annual Financial Literacy and Economic Education Conference is a nationwide meeting of K–12 educators, local CEE affiliates from across the country, Federal Reserve partners, and other educators in this field.
All RFP submissions are due by Jan 31, 2018.
Presentation Format Details
- Concurrent Session: These sessions are 50 minute informal presentations that include opportunities for presenter-audience interaction.
- Research Session: -These sessions are 90 minutes. Research papers will be assigned in a session and will be matched up by theme or topic.
- Poster Session: These sessions are 50 minute, visual poster presentations that provide an opportunity to have an informal discussion between presenters and participants.
Conference Track Details
- Elementary: These sessions focus on teaching economics and personal finance concepts such as choice, saving, banking and credit through English Language Arts, math and social studies in grades K-5.
- Economics: These sessions focus on discipline-specific pedagogy used to improve economic literacy including instructional strategies, remediation support, and the use of technology; designed for middle and high school teachers.
- Personal Finance: These sessions focus on discipline-specific pedagogy used to improve financial literacy including instructional strategies, remediation support, and the use of technology; designed for middle and high school teachers.
- Math: These sessions focus on how middle and high school math and economics teachers create interdisciplinary lessons that teach personal finance and economic concepts in the context of math lessons (i.e., teach complex calculations and formulas, as math teachers may not focus on the personal finance and economic applications).
- Social Studies: These sessions focus on ways social studies teachers with varying levels of economics understanding can integrate economic literacy into their lessons or courses; designed for teachers of middle and high school social studies, history and civics/government.
- Research: These sessions focus on topics in K-12 economics and personal finance education research.
Note: All communications regarding this proposal will be sent to the first speaker listed (the Chair). The Chair will be responsible for notifying all presenters regarding the status of the proposal. The number of presenters is limited to 2 if the Chair is presenting or 3 if the Chair is not a presenter.
The CEE will provide an LCD digital projector, internet connection, and screen in each meeting room. All meeting rooms will have internet access. You are responsible for bringing your own laptop computer. Other audiovisual equipment (e.g. VCR, DVD, etc. can be ordered from the hotel at your expense).
Sheraton Atlanta Hotel