“Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Technology”
Webinar Starts – 6:00 p.m. CST
Webinar Ends – 7:00 p.m. CST
Audience - K-12 teachers interested in current issues; high school teachers of economics, business, technology, and social studies.
Tawni Hunt Ferrarini,
Plaster Professor of Economic Education, Lindenwood University – Presenting on behalf of the Council for Economic Education
The controversy surrounding cryptocurrency has led to full discussions on how blockchain technology can change the way property rights are recorded, validated, and authenticated. Join this webinar to learn more about both.
Fundamentals of Environmental Economics
The Foundation for Teaching Economics (FTE) and American Institute for Economic Research (AIER) invite you to a one day workshop. It is designed to familiarize middle and high school teachers and curriculum specialists with an approach that introduces the basics of environmental economics and provides inquiry-based activities to introduce the concepts into the classroom.
- Cost: $0 (Continental breakfast and lunch included)
- Substitute reimbursement for participating teachers’ school districts is available upon request at EEC@lindenwood.edu
- No prior background in economics or environmental issues required.
- Receive five professional development hours at completion of workshop.
- Option to earn one hour graduate credit ($75) from the School of Education at Lindenwood University. (Dr. Tawni Ferrarini will provide graduate credit enrollment and coursework during workshop.)
The Economic Education Center would like to thank the following sponsors:
. Foundation for Teaching Economics (FTE) (https://www.fte.org/)
. American Institute for Economic Research (AIER) (https://www.aier.org/)
Institute Director and Professor, Foundation for Teaching Economics (FTE)
Senior Research Fellow, American Institute for Economic Research (AIER)