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Grade 9-12
On-Demand Webinar

Summer Institute 2021: Macroeconomics, Session 2

July 16 11:00-2:00pm ET
Time: 180 mins,
Updated: January 19 2023,
Presenter: John Kruggel


Teachers will be able to:

  • Gain access to resources they can use to teach domestic and international macroeconomic concepts.
  • Explore activities designed to get students interested in macroeconomic topics that directly and indirectly affect their lives.

In this economics webinar, delve into topics designed to engage students with macroeconomic scenarios related to current events.


Engaging Activities to Help Students See the Big Picture

How much government stimulus is too much? What happens to the circular flow when the supply chain is blocked? What do people mean when they say the Fed is running the economy “hot”?

Answer these questions, and more, as part of this presentation.

Day 1 will focus on Circular Flow, Recovery and Comparative Advantage & Disadvantage.  Day 2 will focus on Demand, Small vs Large Business Concerns and the Pros and Cons of Government Intervention.


This special session will be hosted on Zoom.  Register at the link below (you will be directed away from EconEdLink).