Video Contest

Congratulations to the winners of CEE’s student video contest, “What Should the Next President Do to Improve the Economy?”

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S Congratulations to the winners of CEEs student video contest, What Should the Next President Do to Improve the Economy?
S Congratulations to the winners of CEEs student video contest, What Should the Next President Do to Improve the Economy?

Coming in with almost fifteen hundred votes, the winner of the Viewers’ Choice award is [drum roll]…

Improving the Economy One School Supply at a Time, submitted by  Ms. Keishauna Banks from Deer Park Elementary School.

 Congratulations to the winners of CEEs student video contest, What Should the Next President Do to Improve the Economy?

 

For the Economists’ Choice award we have a tie! The two winners are:

Dear Mr. President, submitted by Ms. Amy Dawes from Scullen Middle School.

 Congratulations to the winners of CEEs student video contest, What Should the Next President Do to Improve the Economy?

 

and Innovation, Integration, Immigration, submitted by Ms. Amy Tam from Los Altos High School.

 Congratulations to the winners of CEEs student video contest, What Should the Next President Do to Improve the Economy?

 

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S Congratulations to the winners of CEEs student video contest, What Should the Next President Do to Improve the Economy?

All winning teams will receive a $500 AMEX gift card for classroom use and $25 AMEX gift cards for each participating students.

Thank you so much for your participation, teachers! The videos made by your students were creative, fun and insightful, and we enjoyed watching them all.

Thank you for all you do to incorporate economics and personal finance in your classroom,

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POSTED: October 13, 2016 | BY: Daniel Thompson | TAGS: , , , , ,

2016 Student Video Contest

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IT’S ELECTION SEASON

And we want to get K-12 students thinking about the next president and the economic future of the country. That’s why we’re inviting you to participate in our election video contest!

WHAT SHOULD THE VIDEO BE ABOUT?

We’re asking you to record one or a group of students answering the following question in 60 seconds or less:

“WHAT SHOULD THE NEXT PRESIDENT DO TO IMPROVE THE ECONOMY?”

BE CREATIVE! Video entries must be less than 60 seconds. All entries must be submitted by 11:59 pm, September 30th, 2016.

WINNERS & PRIZES

There are two winners for the CEE Video contest:

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Viewers’ Choice will be selected by popular vote (voting begins October 3rd, 2016). The Economists’ Choice will be selected by CEE’s panel of judges. Winning teams (2) will receive a $500 AMEX gift card for the teacher and $25 AMEX gift cards for each participating student. Winners will be announced on October 12, 2016.

READY TO ENTER?

Please review the rules and FAQs before entering the contest. Teachers must enter the videos on behalf of their students. Teachers may enter more than one video per class.

CEE is a bipartisan non-profit organization; no candidates can be mentioned by name or imitated.

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NEED SOME INSPIRATION?

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COMPLIMENTARY LESSON PLANS

While your students are busy putting their videos together, bolster their learning experience with lessons on the election cycle and the U.S government.

  • Economic Misery and Presidential Elections (gr. 9-12): Teach about how two economic measures, the Misery Index and the growth rate in real GDP per capita, can be used to make predictions about presidential elections.
  • Money and Elections (gr. 9-12): Students will be introduced to the sources of campaign war chests, learning about the recent court decisions that have allowed for the creation of “Super PACS” and 501 (c) (4) organizations.
  • Immigration (gr. 6-12): This lesson helps students better understand immigration, a major issue in the 2016 presidential election.
  • Voters and Elections (gr. 6-8): Students identify costs associated with voting. Then they make predictions about who might be more likely to vote based on their understanding of opportunity costs.
  • President Obama’s Allowance (gr. 3-5): In this lesson, students will identify different expenses in the US budget and will decide on the order of importance for different expenses.

PROMOTE THE CONTEST

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POSTED: August 15, 2016 | BY: Daniel Thompson | TAGS: , , , , ,

CEE Report – Winter 2016

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2015 Visionary Awards: A Record-Breaking Year!
Note from Nan
Focus on the Mississippi Council on Economic Education
2015 Accomplishments
54th Annual Financial Literacy and Economic Education Conference
2016 Survey of the States Released
Over 100 Video-Entries for CEE’s Video Contest
An Innovative Digital Assessment Tool to Track Students’ Progress
Integrating Math and Real World Concepts to Hook Kids
2015 Donor Honor Roll

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Teachers and Students: Tell us ‘What Should the President do to Improve the Economy?’

CEE is excited to announce the launch of its video contest asking students in kindergarten through 12th grade for the best economic advice they can give the President of the United States. To enter the contest, record one student, or a group of students, answering the following question in 60 seconds or less:

“What Should the President do to Improve the Economy?”

Enter by Wednesday, October 7th at 11:59 p.m. Please note that teachers must enter the videos on behalf of their students. Teachers may enter more than one video per class.

Download a pdf of the rules and FAQ here. Use the hashtag #CEEVidContest to follow the contest on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Watch a video from a past CEE Video Contest Entry

 Teachers and Students: Tell us ‘What Should the President do to Improve the Economy?’

 

The contest is hosted on Facebook. Not all schools allow access to Facebook, so please plan accordingly by uploading your video to Facebook via a computer not associated with your school.

One winner will be chosen by CEE Facebook fans (“Viewers’ Choice”) and one winner will be chosen by economists selected as judges by CEE (“Economists’ Choice”). Prizes include a $500 American Express gift card for each teacher winner, and $25 iTunes gift cards for the student(s) featured in the winning videos.

Video Submission Period
Opens: Thursday, September 10, 2015, 9:00 a.m. ET
Closes: Wednesday, October 7, 2015, 11:59 p.m. ET

Public Voting Period
Starts: Thursday, October 8, 2015, 5:00 p.m ET
Ends: Thursday, October 15, 2015, 3:00 p.m. ET

POSTED: September 10, 2015 | BY: Annamarie Cerreta | TAGS: , , , ,

VOTE for your favorite video from the 2015 National Economics Challenge Finalists!

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CEE asked the eight Finalist teams to prepare a video profile that shows who they are as people, students and scholars. Get over to our Facebook page and vote for your favorite team. The team with the most votes will receive a $100 Amazon gift certificate for their school and a $25 iTunes gift card for each student from the team.

VOTE TODAY


The Finalist teams are:

DAVID RICARDO DIVISION
(single semester general economics students)

  • Carmel High School /Carmel, Indiana
  • Charter School of Wilmington / Wilmington, Delaware
  • Homestead High School / Cupertino, California
  • Iolani School / Honolulu, Hawaii

ADAM SMITH DIVISION
(AP, IB and honors students)

  • Carmel High School /Carmel, Indiana
  • The Harker School / San Jose, California
  • Lexington High School / Lexington, Massachusetts
  • Mounds View High School / Arden Hills, Minnesota

 

You can VOTE once each day starting today until Friday, May 22, 5:00pm ET. We’ll announce the winning team on Monday, May 25.

This video contest has no influence on National Economics Challenge testing and judging.

 

POSTED: May 11, 2015 | BY: Daniel Thompson | TAGS: , , , , ,

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