Teachers will be able to:
- Discuss key microeconomic concepts as they relate to energy markets and renewable infrastructure.
- Use digital platforms for formative assessments and online games that engage students.
In this economics webinar, introduce microeconomic concepts and real world discussions via interactive, dynamic learning activities.
Microeconomics and Energy Infrastructure
Explore a broad overview of major microeconomics concepts, while also examining issues of energy policy, conventional vs. renewable production models and what it all means for economies and consumption. Learn more about how to use digital applications for online devices for lesson plan ideas that will make the content come alive for your students.
Day 1 will look at Supply & Demand, Government Intervention and Elasticity. Day 2 will look at Consumer Theory and Market Structures.
This special session will be hosted on Zoom. Register at the link below (you will be directed away from EconEdLink).
Grades Higher Education, 9-12