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“I thank you for your work in educating the next generation, particularly in the field of economics,” Thomas said. “It's really exciting to me that more people might actually know what an economist does because usually I get sort of a furrowing of eyebrows. People seem to know what an economist is but they don't quite know what they do.” At the end of the keynote address, there was an active question-and-answer session where attendees engaged Thomas to dive deeper into the effects of economic stimulus, the GDP and ways to engage students with these important economic concepts. During four virtual sessions scheduled throughout the day, attendees were offered opportunities to choose from among five unique professional development workshops led by regional education experts and master teachers. These sessions covered various topics including saving the environment with economic ideas, Alexander Hamilton and the First National Bank of the United States and economics in the news. “I have been to so many conferences, both in person and remote, where the presenters clearly know what they are talking about, but have little to no understanding of how to make it relevant to teachers,” said Michael Glazier, UD Class of ‘98, a social studies teacher at Springer Middle School. “This was not the case with this conference. All of the sessions seemed to be geared towards me and offered ideas on how to present complex information in a way that my students can understand.” Throughout the day, attendees were encouraged to share ideas and experiences from their own classrooms with one another, growing their professional networks and allowing for ample collaboration. “I really appreciated the chance for teachers to share best practices and to discuss new developments in micro and macroeconomics,” said Staci Garber, UD MAEEE Class of ‘05, a social studies teacher at Kirk Middle School. “I would definitely recommend the conference to others who want to improve both content knowledge and pedagogy.” Bonnie T. Meszaros Economic Educator of the Year Award A highlight of the conference was the presentation of the Bonnie T. Meszaros Economic Educator of the Year Award to Jennifer Baczewski from Mt. Pleasant High School.https://www.udel.edu/udaily/2021/september/ceee-delaware-educators-conference/