In this webinar teachers will be able to:
- Introduce new material in an easy, non-intimidating manner
- Conduct informal assessments to gauge student learning
- Collect data on student confidence for unit review / exam prep
Aggregate Demand, Aggregate Supply, Comparative Advantage, Demand, Economic Institutions, Elasticity of Demand, Employment and Unemployment, Federal Reserve, Fiscal Policy, GDP, Inflation, Interest, Markets and Prices, Monetary Policy, Money, Opportunity Cost, Price Ceilings and Floors, Scarcity, Supply, Taxes, Trade, Exchange and Interdependence
Do you struggle with pacing in your AP econ classroom? Do your students get frustrated when they have difficulty comprehending certain concepts or the economics way of thinking? Good news! Both these problems can be solved using five-minute introductory and informal assessment activities. You’ll gain a resource to better track student performance and understanding with instant feedback, before formal assessments roll around and it’s too late. Entry/exit tickets also offer an opportunity to support your students with strategies for reviewing strengths and weaknesses before the AP exam.
In this lesson, updated with 2023 statistics, students learn about the challenges of the federal debt and play the Fiscal...
Key Concepts: Budget Deficits and Public Debt, Fiscal Policy, Roles of Government
Grades 6-8, 9-12
In this economics interactive, students will be able to explore the benefits of specialization and trade.
Key Concepts: Comparative Advantage
Should you be able to sell your kidney? Students explore the ethics and economics of organ donation while learning about...
Key Concepts: Allocation, Decision Making, Markets and Prices…
In Lesson #4 from the Ethics, Economics, and Social Issues curriculum, students work in groups to analyze allocation methods, apply...
Key Concepts: Allocation, Decision Making, Incentives…