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Author

Michele Wulff

Conestoga Magnet
Omaha, NE

A retired 30-year veteran of the classroom with teaching experience in grades K-6. Her current job responsibilities include writing economic and personal finance curriculum for grades. K-12; presenting these resources at economic and social studies conferences; and advising economic specialists at offices in our Kansas City, Denver, Oklahoma City and Omaha on appropriate curricula to use in their presentations to educators.

Michele says, "EconEdLink is a great source for economic and personal finance lessons that help teachers meet social studies standards."

Published Resources

Bunny Money

In this lesson, students listen to the story of Ruby and Max, two bunnies that go shopping and make many…
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Dynamic Decision Making

Students will be introduced to the PACED Model and learn to use the parts of the model-- Problem, Alternative…
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