In this webinar teachers will be able to:
- Identify areas of instruction that can be used for deeper learning
- Analyze how inquiry based and project based learning can be used as new methods for teaching traditional and behavioral economics
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Is scarcity a myth? Are jobs lost when minimum wage is increased? Is the Phillips curve accurate? Teachers will learn to question their understanding of traditional econ principles taught in the classroom and how students benefit from an inquiry-based approach through projects, discussions, and debates, to see how economics really works in today.
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