In this webinar teachers will be able to:
- Connect popular children’s literature to basic economic concepts.
- Brainstorm ways they can bring children’s literature into their classrooms.
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Children’s literature is not just for elementary students! Learn how to engage your students by using children’s books to launch lessons or review important economic concepts. By exploring several classic examples, participants will have the opportunity to brainstorm ways they could bring these books into their classrooms, connecting content with students in a new way.
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