About the Center

The U.S. Bank Center for Economic Education at Dominican conducts training classes for teachers offering innovative, creative techniques including games and contests. These programs are geared at different ages and academic levels so teachers can incorporate various learning techniques into their classroom. Our programs are designed to integrate economics particularly consumer economics throughout the curriculum.

The U.S. Bank Center for Economic Education at Dominican offers various training and assistance programs, including:

  • Setting standards such as what every student should know about economics.
  • Training teachers through workshops and courses designed to improve student learning.
  • Developing curriculum: comprehensive programs from kindergarten through twelfth grade.
  • Consulting with school districts or individual schools on ways to incorporate economics throughout their curriculum.

For more information, about the U.S. Bank Center for Economic Education at Dominican University, contact:

Daniel Condon, PhD
Director
Lewis Hall #234
condondp@dom.edu
(708) 524-6233