In this webinar teachers will be able to:
- Introduce teachers to a variety of interactive tools that can be used to teach basic economic concepts, such as supply and demand, market equilibrium, and consumer choice.
- Provide teachers with strategies for incorporating these tools into their lesson plans, such as using interactive simulations and games to engage students and promote active learning.
- Demonstrate how to use these tools to assess student understanding of economic concepts and track their progress over time.
- Show teachers how to integrate these tools with other classroom technology, such as learning management systems and digital platforms, to create a seamless and cohesive learning experience.
This video is available to view for EconEdLink members only.
This webinar details the best interactives we at MRU have to teach economic concepts. We will also cover interactives from providers other than MRU. We will go through a demonstration of each interactive. All the interactives have been vetted and have received positive feedback. The interactives teach the following concepts 1. Supply and Demand shifts 2. Specialization 3. Functions of Money 4. Using the CPI 5. Winners and Losers of Inflation 6. Arriving at equilibrium.
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