The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston provides teacher workshops and professional development opportunities in the content areas of the Federal Reserve System, economics, economic history and financial literacy. In some instances the Boston Fed will initiate the content, in others it may host and others it may serve as a specific content resource.
|August 6, 2013||Global Economic Forum
A video conference on the interdependence in the global economy
|August 7, 2012||Global Education Forum
An all-day seminar on the topic of financial literacy and its role in economic growth
|June 21, 2012|
|June 20, 2012|
|July 13-14, 2011||
Virtual Economics and Math Program
|July 11-13, 2011||Summer Teacher Workshop on Globalization and International Economics
The Bank is partnering with the Massachusetts Council on Economic Education and the International Economic Summit Institute to provide a three -day teacher workshop for secondary teachers from July 11 to July 13.
|June 28-30, 2010||Summer Teacher Workshop on Globalization and International Economics
This three-day teacher workshop will include a two-day International Economic Summit boot camp and one day dedicated to sharing System expertise with workshop participants.
|November 17, 2009||
"International Week" Workshop
|June 29- July 1, 2009||Teacher Workshop on Globalization and International Economics|
|November 2-4, 2008||National AP Economics Teachers Conference|
|October 15 & 27,
November 19, 2008
|June 30-July 2, 2008||Teacher Workshop on Globalization and International Economics|
|July 14-15, 2008||"Making-a-Job" Teacher Workshop|
|July 21-23, 2008||"Mini-Society" Teacher Workshop|
January 14, 2008;
|Virtual Economics for K-12 Teachers
Professional Development Workshops
|April 24 and 29, 2008||Wan2 Get Ready 4 Your Financial Future?
A free personal finance workshop for teens (grades 7-12)
|November 19, 2007||Economic Summit for High School Teachers of Economics and Personal Finance
The 2007 Economics Summit was held on Monday, November 19th at the St. Paul's School in Concord, NH. This event was open to secondary high school teachers across New England who teach economics or personal finance
|July 5-7, 2006||
Globalization and International Economics
|March 10, 2006||Talking About College
The Boston Fed provided a one day workshop introducing teachers to the value of utilizing the ten-unit "Let's Talk About College" curriculum that was created in collaboration with Citizen Schools. This curriculum is targeted at middle school students in order to nurture their interest in attending college while at the same providing the students with accurate and current information about selecting a college and financial planning to help pay for college. This curriculum is offered and taught as an "apprenticeship" in Citizen Schools as part of their after-school programming and is being taught in fourteen public schools as part of their "Gifted and Talented" program.
Download curriculum: Let's Talk About College - A Financial Perspective
(includes 10 lesson plans for middle school students)
|October 24, 2005||
Massachusetts Summer Content Institute
Rhode Island JumpStart Teacher