Join us for the next Economics Teaching Conference
The Annual Economics Teaching Conference, hosted by Cengage and the National Economics Teaching Association (NETA), is an in-person event focused on peer-led practical application of teaching Economics. This two-day event is filled with valuable insights, engaging sessions and exciting networking opportunities with esteemed colleagues from across the country.
We want to thank everyone who joined us for the 19th annual NETA event in 2023. Stay tuned for more information about our 20th anniversary in-person event, coming fall 2024.
Can't wait? Join us in spring 2024 for an upcoming virtual event, centered around the topics that mean the most to Economics educators.
Top 2023 sessions
- Lunch & Keynote: Ask Greg! Crowd-Sourced Q&A with Greg Mankiw
- AI in Higher Education: Prepating Students for the Jobs of Tomorrow
- Women Making Unexpected Economic Decisions
- AI in Economics Education - The Power and the Pitfall
- AI-Enhanced Economics Exams Usings Bloom's Taxonomy
- Student Engagement in MindTap: Tips from Colleagues
- All-You-Can-Stream Buffets: Netflix & Spotify for Micro
- Teaching Decision-Making Under Risk Using Experiments
2023 Keynote speakers and topics
Ask Greg! Crowd-Sourced Q&A with Greg Mankiw
In this crowd-sourced Q&A session, economist Greg Mankiw of Harvard University answered questions submitted from the Economics faculty in attendance.
AI in Higher Education: Preparing Students for the Jobs of Tomorrow
During this discussion, Jeff Perlot, business instructor from Green River College, reviewed the latest developments in AI, explored how it could affect jobs of the future and examined, with practical applications, how we can prepare students to leverage the power of AI in our classes and future careers.
Interested in the Economics Teaching Conference? Check out a sample agenda from this year and keep an eye out for future communication to register for virtual and in-person events in 2024.