In this webinar teachers will be able to:
- Understand and teach the loanable funds with examples and activities.
- Explain the long-term effects of crowding-out, and effectively explain this to students.
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In this webinar teachers will come away with effective lessons to teach the crowding-out effect. Teachers will learn new and innovative ways to help students master this topic. Teachers will receive sample free-response questions to use with their students, as well as several visual examples to teach the loanable funds graph.
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