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CASET California Association of School Economics Educators

CASET California Association of School Economics Educators

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CASET California Association of School Economics Educators

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  1. CASETCalifornia Association of School Economics Educators October 25, 2013 Federal Reserve San Francisco Theresa Hagelbarger Villa Park High School

  2. CCEE • Founded in 1999 • CCEE is California’s leading provider of economic and financial literacy education. • A multitude of resources are available for teachers.  • 2012/13 – Trained 964 teachers • 2013/14 – Goal to train 1,500 teachers

  3. CCEE – The BIG Picture • California AB166 CCEE Bill Purpose = Pupil instruction: financial literacy. • Helped write language into the bill • Testified to the importance of personal finance to the committee members • Supported Roger Hernandez staf in all aspects of advocacy

  4. CCEE & CEE • CEE Parent Organization • Curriculum Development • CCSS Alignment & Lesson Plans • Conferences & Teacher Training

  5. CEE How are We Doing? In 2012 trained 55,000+ teachers These teachers reached 5,000,000 students

  6. CCEE Fall & Spring Events Contest deadline extended NOW 11/20 For CASET conference attendees Common Core November 12 December 3 Economics Olympiad March 29

  7. CCEE Resources

  8. Teaching By the Standards

  9. CEE Resources Consumer Price Index and Inflation

  10. CA Economics Standards

  11. Teacher Lesson Plan

  12. Links to Current Data

  13. Glossary of Terms

  14. Charts & Graphs

  15. Student Assessments

  16. CCEE Personal Finance Materials

  17. Sample Common Core Math • Seven questions total. • This is ONE problem. • Sample Questions • The NDA claims that the proposed new model for the New York speeding fine system is fairer than the current system. Do you agree or disagree with the claim? Explain your answer using specific examples from this task. • Plot a point to represent the fine for driving 5 mph over the speed limit. Next, plot additional points for each increment of 5 mph over the speed limit up to 45 mph over the speed limit. Source: Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium

  18. CCEE Contests