Registration and Breakfast each day 7:30-8:00 a.m
Workshop 8:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Teachers, help your students become more educated and articulate voters. Attend this three-day conference designed to honor and respect the voices of the great economic thinkers of the past, and use their lessons to help your students analyze current economic issues from multiple perspectives.
This three-day conference is the foundation for the entire VOTE series. In addition, there are eight one-day workshops. All components may be taken in any sequence. VOTE workshops are recommended for middle and high school teachers of social studies, history, government, civics, business, economics, mathematics, science, and language arts.
All VOTE workshops are taught by Amy S. Cramer, Ph.D., Full-Time Instructor of Economics at Pima Community College.
Dr. Cramer’s workshop will include:
- Lessons on markets and the role of government
- Focus on wages, housing, agriculture, and product safety
- Discussion of conservative, liberal, and radical perspectives in modern policy discourse
- Modeling of student activities for immediate use in your classroom
The conference includes:
- Participation in activity-based lessons
- Certificate for 21 hours of professional development
- Continental breakfast and lunch on-site
- Mileage assistance available for teachers who live outside of Pima County and travel 35 miles or more each way to attend this workshop
There is no fee, but you must register: