Teachers will be able to:
- Explain behavioral economics and how its assumptions differ from those of traditional economics.
- Model behavioral economics in a way that engages students and challenges them to critically think about the differences between behavioral and traditional economics.
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In this economics webinar, use multimedia to teach how outcomes differ depending on the lens of traditional vs behavioral thought.
Teachers will learn how to explain to their students the differences between behavioral and traditional economics in ways that will engage students in fun, exciting ways through a series of experiments and a fun video.