These resource guides were developed for teachers to assist with economics instruction. The resources in these guides are among the best print and web-based lesson plans available from the Council for Economic Education (CEE), the Indiana Council for Economic Education (ICEE) including the KidsEcon Posters (KEP) materials, and other research based sources.
Kindergarten Econ Resource Guide (pdf)
1st Grade Econ Resource Guide (pdf)
2nd Grade Econ Resource Guide (pdf)
3rd Grade Econ Resource Guide (pdf)
4th Grade Econ Resource Guide (pdf)
5th Grade Econ Resource Guide (pdf)
6th Grade Econ Resource Guide (pdf)
7th Grade Econ Resource Guide (pdf)
8th Grade Econ Resource Guide (pdf)
For related assessments, be sure to register (no financial cost) for the Council for Economic Education's Online Assessment Center.
June 27th – Evening with ICEE Teachers and Friends, Victory Field, Indianapolis (5:30 pm – 9:00)
Let us say thank you! This is a social gathering for teachers on June 27. Immediately following the workshop session on the Economics of Sports, join us for dinner and enjoy Indianapolis Indians game on us.
The $mart Indiana Economic Education and Financial Literacy Conference will feature a diverse selection of professional development workshops on economic and financial education topics suitable for elementary, middle and high school levels. Attendees of the conference will learn about effective teaching methods, best practices, curriculum integration strategies, and instructional resources. In addition to the workshops, outstanding speakers address current economic and financial topics to enable educators to bring these perspectives back to their classrooms.
The $mart Indiana Financial Literacy Summit will be held June 27 & 28, 2016 at the Marriott Indianapolis Downtown, 350 West Maryland St., Indianapolis, IN 46225
REGISTER ONLINE NOW!
Carmel High School teams visited New York and competed in the National Economics Challenge Competition in both the David Ricardo and Adam Smith Divisions on May 23, 2016!
The members of the Adam Smith state winning team were Joe Philleo, Drew Sekata, Matt Simons, and Michael Wang. The members of the David Ricardo state winning team were James Pescio, Karthik Ravichandran, Ian Samir, Laura Swedo. Coached by Economics Teacher, Michelle Foutz.
Visit the National Economics Challenge website at http://councilforeconed.org/national-economics-challenge/ for a list of the placings!
Congrats to all of the participating students!
More What's New!
The KidsEcon Posters© project is dedicated to giving teachers the tools they need to help their students understand the exciting economic world around them – making them more effective producers, consumers, savers, investors, and voting citizens. At the heart of the project are 22 colorful economic posters, each describing an important economic concept identified in the National Standards in Economics and in most state standards. All new Economics Poster Contest NoteCards are now available.