TEACHING ECONOMICS IN AMERICAN HISTORY
The goal of the Teaching Economics in American History (TEAH) program is to improve the historical understanding of young people by strengthening the economic knowledge of their instructors through a dynamic, interactive workshop for American history teachers. This comprehensive program provides Wisconsin and Midwest teachers with the instructional tools they need to bring the economic way of thinking to light in a historical context.
The supplementary textbook provided is the award-winning Economic Episodes in American History. The workshop presenters, Dr. Mark Schug, Dr. William Wood, Dr. Tawni Ferrarini and Dr. Scott Niederjohn, are co-authors of the second edition of the text.
No history of America is complete without an economic perspective. Economic Episodes in American History is an innovative textbook supplement for middle and high school levels that will enrich and expand your students’ understanding of United States history and the role economics has played in shaping the American story.
Please Note: Detailed information and FAQs for this program, including registration fees and stipends offered, are available on the FAQs & REGISTRATION page. Click button below for details.
American History Teachers
Wednesday, July 15, 2020
1265 Lombardi Avenue
Green Bay, WI
Waterpark & Conference Center
865 Lombardi Ave
Green Bay, WI
Thursday, June 18, 2020
NOTE: Should an in-person gathering be prevented due to COVID-19 concerns, the workshop will be presented in a virtual
Set of classroom books, overnight stay in Green Bay and stipend provided!
Why did the colonists fight when they were safe, prosperous and free?
Why did the British colonies prosper without discoveries of gold and silver?
Hard Currency or Cross of Gold: the Gold Standard Debate of the 1880's and 1890's
Why did a mild recession in 1929 become The Great Depression of the 1930's?
Who desegregated Major League Baseball: Adam Smith or Jackie Robinson?