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Stock Market ExperienceNew Teacher Training
  • Presented by
  • Erica Fukuhara
  • Colorado Stock Market Experience Coordinator
  • Colorado Council for Economic Education

  • The Colorado Council for Economic Education
  • Stock Market Experience The What and Why
  • Teacher Resources
  • Rules of the Stock Market Experience
  • Getting Started in Your Classroom
  • The Online Portfolio
  • Questions

What is CCEE?
  • Economic literacy Dedicated to economic
    literacy and the free enterprise system among
    K-12 students
  • Teacher Training Train approximately 1,400
    teachers each year who will influence about
    60,000 students
  • Independent Colorado non-profit 501 (c)(3)
    corporation funded by the private sector
  • Classroom curriculum resources Online resource
  • Stock Market Experience FREE for all Colorado
    students grades 3-12
  • Independent Affiliate of the New York-based
    Council for Economic Education

  • What is the
  • Stock Market Experience?

How It Works
  • Students work in teams (3-5 students per team)
  • Each team manages an online portfolio with a
    beginning virtual money balance (100,000) to
    make real-priced trades in the stock market.
  • Stocks, mutual funds, bonds, commodities on US
    and international markets are included
  • Competition with awards program and recognition
  • Valuable lessons about saving and investing
  • Rules that encourage diversification and other
    smart investing strategies

Why the Stock Market Experience in MY Classroom?
Making the Case
  • Supports academic standards
  • Aligns with subject matter
  • Supports 21st Century Skills
  • College preparedness
  • Engaging and empowers students

Supports Academic Standards
  • We are excited to adopt the CCEE Stock Market
    Experience for all sixth graders because it so
    effectively meets to new personal financial
    literacy standards of saving and investing.
  • -Donna OBrien,
  • Social Studies Coordinator, K-12,
  • Adams Five-Star School District

Colorado Personal Financial Literacy Expectations
  • High School
  • Design, analyze, and apply a financial plan based
    on short- and long-term financial goals
  • Analyze strategic spending, saving, and
    investment options to achieve the objectives of
    diversification, liquidity, income, and growth
  • Identify, develop, and evaluate risk-management

21st Century Skills
  • Team-work
  • Critical thinking
  • Problem solving
  • Decision-making
  • Leadership and responsibility
  • Communication and collaboration
  • Global awareness
  • Creativity
  • Information and media literacy
  • Flexibility and adaptability
  • Negotiation and cooperation

Students love it!
  • We learned a ton this year in Mr. Vanonis
    class and had a blast competing. We learned the
    concept of tracking stock prices, noticing trends
    within the market, and always buy low and sell as
    high as a speculated trend
  • -Students from
  • Littleton High School

Teacher Resources
  • Teachers Guide
  • Learn Center and FAQs in portfolio
  • Learning, Earning, Investing Lessons
  • Webinar Series
  • Other Resources

Teachers Guide
  • Comprehensive resource for teachers
  • How To Details
  • Key dates
  • Reference Information
  • FAQs
  • Available Online in Stock Market Experience
    portfolio and on CCEE website
  • http//

Learning, Earning, Investing
  • Learning, Earning, and Investing for a New
    Generation curriculum published by National
    Council for Economic Education.
  • 21 lessons (Grades 6-12) to help students master
    the basics of investing.
  • Language of financial markets
  • Gathering information on investments
  • The nature of financial institutions in the U.S.

Learning, Earning, Investing
  • Aligned to National Standards in
  • Personal Financial Literacy
  • Economics
  • Math

Request Your Copy Today!
  • Available to all Stock Market Experience teachers
    who attend a teacher training session (value
  • Register for teacher training at

Fall Webinar Series
  • Researching Stocks Best Practices How to Best
    Utilize the FREE Denver Post E-Edition
  • Oct. 3, 2012 430-515p
  • __________________________________________
  • Q A with an Investment Professional
  • Oct. 17, 2012 430-515p
  • Register at

Other Teacher Resources
  • Financial Fitness for Life Curriculum
  • Investopedia
  • EconEd Link
  • CCEE Resource Site
  • PowerPoint Slides
  • Lesson Plans
  • Other Resources
  • http//

Stock Market ExperienceKEY RULES
  1. All trades go through as they are placed during
    market hours. Trades entered after close of
    market (400 PM ET) will be priced at next day's
    opening price.
  2. Teams can have no more than 25 of their
    portfolio in any one stock, bond, mutual fund,
    etc. If a stock already in a portfolio rises to
    more than 25 of the portfolio value, the system
    does nothing to stop that since it means the team
    made a good choice. The rule applies to the
    initial purchase of a stock (or short sell) or to
    the purchase of additional shares of a stock that
    is already in the team portfolio.
  3. A 10 broker's fee is charged for each individual
    transaction. For example, if you buy 100 shares
    of a stock at 10 per share, you pay one 10
    brokers fee.
  4. Stock Market Experience does not permit buying
    stocks or mutual funds that trade below 5 per
    share. Such orders will be rejected.
  5. Day trading is not permitted
  6. A complete list of rules can be found under the
    ABOUT link in the portfolio

Important Dates
  • Fall 2012 Trading dates
  • September 24 to December 7
  • Registration Deadline October 12
  • First Trade Deadline October 19
  • _______________________________________
  • Early Spring 2013 Trading dates
  • January 14 to April 15
  • Registration deadline February 1
  • First trade deadline February 8

  • State Student Awards
  • Cash Awards per student
  • Up to 5 students per winning team
  • 1st, 2nd, 3rd awarded at elementary, middle and
  • 1st place 100 per student
  • 2nd place 50 per student
  • 3rd place 25 per student
  • Regional First Place Overall
  • Gift Certificate for classroom celebration

More Awards!
  • Gift certificates for teachers state winners
  • Signature Awards from sponsors
  • Door prizes at awards ceremony
  • Special awards TBD throughout year
  • Speaking opportunities

Breckenridge Vacation!4 Day / 3 Night
  • All teachers who participate in Fall 2012 and
    Early Spring 2013 competitions eligible
  • 2 Bed / 2 Bath Wyndham condo
  • 1,208 sq. ft. Sleeps 6
  • On-site pool, hot tubs, movie theatre, ski valet,
    and more!

  • Watch Your Money Monday
  • 3rd Monday Monthly at 640 AM!

How Much Time Do I Need?
  • First-time teachers should plan to attend a
    teacher training class
  • Plan 2-3 class periods to introduce key concepts,
    organize your teams and conduct initial research
  • Flexible customize to your classroom
  • End of session projects

Getting Started
  • Divide Teams, issue IDs and passwords
  • Ask teams to log into site and look up key terms
    in portfolio glossary
  • Discuss rules of simulation and show students
    where to find rules. Discuss rationale for key
  • Review how to research stocks
  • Discuss risk and diversification
  • Allow time for teams to work together to research
    stocks and make decisions

Sample Lessons
  • Vocabulary
  • Research
  • Choosing Investments
  • Risk
  • Diversification
  • Introducing Stocks and Bonds

  • Technical Questions
  • Lost Password
  • Issues with a trade
  • Questions about how information is presented
  • Submit online request from www.stockmarketexperien
  • Contact Us link on lefthand

Other Questions
  • Curriculum Support
  • CCEE Questions
  • Contact Erica
  • Office Hours Mon and Weds all day
  • Friday Morning
  • E-Mail at
  • Phone at (303) 832-4764
  • Text at (303) 832-4764

  • Sounds Great,
  • Lets Give it a Try!