Economic Education Events
Cultural Relevance in the Classroom: Connecting Students' Perspectives to Content
September 26, 2019 Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Use Federal Reserve System education resources to engage and benefit elementary and middle school students of all backgrounds.
- Thursday, September 26, 2019
4:15–5:15 p.m. CT
3:15–4:15 p.m. MT
- On the Econ Ed at the St. Louis Fed website
- The webinar is free, but registration is required.
- To accommodate those living in different time zones, we promptly post the webinar on the Econ Ed at the St. Louis Fed website.
- Register Now
Join education specialists from the Federal Reserve banks of Kansas City and St. Louis as they share lessons and activities from around the Federal Reserve System.
Discover resources and materials for your classroom that can help cultivate a healthy learning environment for students diverse in a variety of ways, including by race, ethnicity and socioeconomic status.
Targeted toward K-8 students, the lessons are suited to more than personal finance a nd economics courses: They make excellent additions to social studies, history, or geography classes.
Classroom-ready resources will help you address issues of cultural relevance and integrate key economic and personal finance concepts, such as:
- Setting savings goals
- Producing goods and services
The webinar is free, and those who join will receive a certificate of participation.
For more information, contact Susan Kizer.