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Focus: Understanding Economics in U.S. History Effective Lessons for Teaching History and Basic Economic Logic

A Workshop for All K-12 Teachers

March 30, 2007
Campus Center 214
SUNY Canton
Director: Marcellina Hamilton

AGENDA

Registration

Welcome - Dr. Joseph Kennedy, President, SUNY Canton

Lesson I: The New World Was an Old World
Lesson II: Why Do Economies Grow?
Lesson III: The Cost and Benefits of American Independence
Lesson IV: Rising Living Standards in the New World
Lesson V: Why Did the South Secede?
Lesson VI: Was Free Land a Good Deal?
Lesson VII: The Economics of Racial Discrimination
Lesson VIII: The Hispanic Americans

Evaluation

Distribution of Certificates

This workshop the Canton Center for Economic Education with the support of SUNY Canton.

Workshop Participants

PARTICIPANT LIST  SCHOOL DISTRICT
Roger Keating
Brushton-Moira CSD
Tammy Keating-Malark
Northern Adirondack CSD
Leigh Stark
Potsdam CSD
Stacy Vincent
Malone CSD
Peter Ward
Morristown CSD

Center for Economic Education
Director
Marcellina Hamilton
34 Cornell Drive
Canton, Ny 13617

Phone: 315-379-3938
Fax: 315-386-7933
hamiltonm@canton.edu