TEACHING ECONOMICS IN AMERICAN HISTORY
FAQs & REGISTRATION
Carefully review the following information before continuing to Registration link below.
What are the dates and locations of the seminar events?
Tuesday, July 13th, 2021
8:30 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
Legends Club Room
Green Bay, WI
Overnight Accommodations -
Monday, July 12th, 2021
Waterpark & Conference Center
865 Lombardi Ave
Green Bay, WI
Who is eligible to apply?
All Midwest American History teachers are welcome and encouraged to apply.
What is the deadline to apply?
The application deadline for the TEAH Workshop is Monday, June 28, 2021. Seats are limited, early application is encouraged.
How will attendees be selected?
The OAFEE reserves the right to choose attendees based on application and availability. A maximum of 50 attendees will be chosen to participate in the program. Accepted applicants will be notified by email following the registration deadline of June 28, 2021.
Will there be a waiting list?
All applications received beyond the initial 50 registrants will be added to a waiting list, in case an opening would become available. Accepted applicants will be contacted as soon as possible prior to the start of the program.
What is the cost of the program?
Registration takes place through our partner organization, EconomicsWisconsin. Ultimately, there is no cost to the program. A $30 refundable registration 'fee' is collected to serve as a placeholder to reserve your seat in the program. All registrations will be refunded by EW following the event.
What is the cancellation policy?
As a professional courtesy (and to avoid venue fees incurred on behalf of EW and the OAFEE), please contact us no later than June 28th, should you need to cancel your registration. A refund of the registration fee will not be granted for cancellations made after June 28th, 2021.
What is included in the event?
The event includes instruction and examples for incorporating economic lessons into American History-related curriculum for middle and high school levels, based on the text Economic Episodes in American History, Second Edition. Breakfast and lunch are provided during the workshop at Lambeau Field.
Participants will receive 20 complimentary classroom copies of the Economic Episodes in American History, Second Edition textbook to be shipped following the program. Each attendee will receive an initial copy at the workshop.
A one-night stay (Monday, July 12th, 2021 with checkout on Tuesday, July 13th, 2021) in a Double Queen Suite (or other, as available) at Tundra Lodge Resort in Green Bay, WI. Waterpark passes are included. Please consult hotel website for waterpark hours, rules and other amenities.
PLEASE NOTE: Tundra Lodge Resort requires a credit card be put on file at check-in, in the case of any incidentals incurred beyond the fee for rooms and waterpark passes. Any such fees are the responsibility of the seminar attendee.
Will I receive academic credit?
This is a non-academic credit bearing course and does not qualify for official Wisconsin Continuing Education Units (CEU). Professional Development credit requirements vary by state, and it is the responsibility of the attendee to confirm with their state what qualifies for licensure. A Certificate of Attendance is offered to those who make a request following the program.
Do I need to make a reservation at the hotel?
No. EconomicsWisconsin is collecting reservations for the event, per the link below. EW will provide a rooming list to the hotel following the deadline date of June 28th, 2021. The information provided in the registration form will be used to reserve your space at the event. Please complete the form in its entirety and provide any necessary information in the appropriate fields. Every effort will be made to meet your requests.
REGISTRATION TAKES PLACE THROUGH EconomicsWisconsin. BY CLICKING ABOVE ARROW, YOU WILL BE DIRECTED TO THE EW SITE TO PROCEED.