In this webinar teachers will be able to:
- understand the benefits of interdisciplinary teaching, specifically integrating other subjects with personal finances
- enhance student engagement in the realm of personal finance
- learn practical strategies and resources for effectively incorporating economics concepts into various subjects
- promote a more holistic and engaging learning experience from the perspective of a high-school student
In this engaging webinar, educators will embark on a journey to unlock the untapped potential of their teaching methods. Our session, ‘Enhancing Student Engagement Through the Interdisciplinary Insights of Personal Finances,’ offers a comprehensive exploration of innovative teaching strategies that bridge the gap between economics and other subjects. In today’s dynamic educational landscape, students crave connections between seemingly disparate subjects. This presentation showcases how weaving personal finances into diverse academic areas can not only spark students’ interest but also foster a deeper understanding of core concepts. We will delve into the theory and practice of interdisciplinary teaching, providing practical, hands-on strategies to integrate economics concepts into subjects like mathematics, social studies, and the arts.
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