The Purdue Center for Economic Education offers both formal economics courses and non-credit programs for teachers, employee groups, and other adult audiences; develops new instructional materials and programs; conducts research on the economic literacy of students, teachers, and the general public; and conducts formal evaluation studies of instructional materials and programs
Purdue Center for Economic Education
425 West State Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2056
We offer training programs for K-12 teachers in Benton, Carroll, Clinton, Fountain, Montgomery, Tippecanoe, White, and Warren Counties
This site was last updated on 6/9/14
SEE LISTING FOR ALL CURRENT WORKSHOPS IN THE "Materials & Programs" TAB ABOVE
Want to learn more about Art & Economics? Check out these resources:
Applications accepted starting April 1, 2014
Photos from 2013 General Economics Summer Workshop
Purdue Center for Economic Education.pptx A PowerPoint describing all of the activities of the Center - history, workshops and conferences conducted world-wide, and affiliations.
Visit our new website: Economics and Art
A tool for teachers and the public to understand economics through paintings, drawings and engravings. A growing set of slide shows featuring individual artists including Norman Rockwell, the Brueghels and Diego Rivera, as well as particular economic concepts on "Capital Resources & Technology"; "Leisure & Recreation"; "Economic Functions of Government & Public Choice"; and "Money, Banking, Financial Crises & Bubbles" to name a few, with discussion questions for students at the end of each slide show.
Website URL: .https://intra.krannert.purdue.edu/sites/econandart/Pages/Home.aspx
Using Art to Teach Economics.pdf - Journal of Economic Education
New and Enduring Topics and Trends in Economic Education Research, Korean Journal of Economic Education, 19 (1), 2012: 147-80 (in English)
New and Enduring Topics and Trends in Economic Education Research.pptx - PowerPoint
Please direct comments to the webmaster by clicking here.