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The Purdue Center for Economic Education offers both formal economics courses and non-credit programs for teachers, employee groups, and other adult audiences; develops new instructional materials and programs; conducts research on the economic literacy of students, teachers, and the general public; and conducts formal evaluation studies of instructional materials and programs
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West Lafayette, IN 47907-2056
We offer economic education training programs for K-12 teachers in Benton, Carroll, Clinton, Fountain, Montgomery, Tippecanoe, White, and Warren Counties. Contact us to schedule an on-site workshop for your teachers at no cost to your or your staff.
View our newly updated PowerPoint presentation describing all of the activities of the Center - history, workshops and conferences conducted world-wide, and affiliations.
It is with a heavy heart that we share the news of the passing of the Purdue Center's long-time director, Professor Michael Watts. Sadly, Professor Watts passed away unexpectedly on December 5, 2014, while on vacation with his wife. Professor Watts joined the Purdue faculty in 1981 and become the director of the PCEE in 1984. He and his many contributions to economic education will be sorely missed. Please read more about Professor Watts by clicking here. Mike's obituary can be found here.
AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS:
Center for Economic Education is the recipient of the 2014 Peter V. Harrington
Center of the Year Award. This distinguished award is given each year to
an Indiana Center for
Economic Education in recognition of excellence in promoting economic education
to teachers, students, and citizens of Indiana. \\
WORKSHOPS: SEE LISTINGS FOR ALL CURRENT WORKSHOPS BY CLICKING THE "Materials & Programs" TAB ABOVE
This unique website is a great tool to help teachers and the public understand economics through paintings, drawings and engravings. This growing set of slide shows features individual artists including the Brueghels, Hokusai, Diego Rivera, and Norman Rockwell, to name a few. The site also features slide shows on particular economic concepts. View such topics as Capital Resources & Technology, Leisure & Recreation, Economic Functions of Government & Public Choice, and Urbanization, with discussion questions for students at the end of each show.
Please visit: https://intra.krannert.purdue.edu/sites/econandart/Pages/Home.aspx
The Artist as Entrepreneur: http://www.umsi.edu/continuing ed/artist/index.html
Using Art to Teach Economics.pdf - Journal of Economic Education
New and Enduring Topics and Trends in Economic Education Research, Korean Journal of Economic Education, 19 (1), 2012: 147-80 (in English)
New and Enduring Topics and Trends in Economic Education Research.pptx - PowerPoint
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