Making sense of money and banking Course

This 5-day professional development course, taught by Federal Reserve education specialists, covers money, banking, and the Federal Reserve System. It includes grade-level specific breakout sessions aimed at providing teachers with lessons plans that can be implemented right away in their classrooms. The course includes sessions on the history of central banking and exclusive behind-the-scenes visits to the First Bank and Second Bank in Independence National Historical Park. Emphasis is placed on active- and collaborative-learning teaching methods and curricula for teaching money and banking in the K-12 classroom. The content covered in this course can be used to meet state standards in social studies, economics, and business education as well as the Common Core State Standards. Participants will receive 30 hours of professional development credit, breakfast and lunch daily, and all curriculum resources. Registration fee is $50. For more information or to register, please visit here.