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Transforming economics teaching

CORE Econ

In the March 2024 issue of IMF’s F&D, Director Wendy Carlin explains how a new approach to economics education can help address pressing societal problems. The post Transforming economics teaching appeared first on CORE.

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Arkansas Economics Challenge 2024

ACRE

What is Econ Challenge: The National Economics Challenge (NEC) is the country’s only economics competition of its kind for 9-12th grade students. School: * School District: * Subject & Grade Level * Ex: 9th grade Economics, 11th grade AP Civics and Econ Competition Category: * Which division will your students be participating in?

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It’s That Time! AP Economics Exam Prep!

Michelle Wood

5 Ways to Help Your Students Prepare for the AP Micro and AP Macro Exams Have them register for a FREE AP Economics Live Review (Federal Reserve Bank of St. AP Economics Exam Prep! Louis), you can register too! The post It’s That Time! appeared first on Michelle Wood.

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MRU – A Revolutionary Economics Resource!

Michelle Wood

Marginal Revolution University – A Game-Changer for Economics Teachers! Hey there, fellow economics enthusiasts! As high school teachers, we’re always on the lookout for amazing economics resources that can jazz up our lessons and make economics come alive for our students. The best part? MRU has you covered!

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The Economics Arkansas $10 Challenge

ACRE

Economics Arkansas has created 12 lessons to accompany the videos and can be found on the iNSPIRE Lesson Plans page. Learn more, register, and get all of the materials you’ll need for the $10 Challenge by visiting the Economics Arkansas webpage here: [link] Stephens Inc.

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Director Wendy Carlin nominated Vice-President of the International Economic Association

CORE Econ

Wendy Carlin, Professor of Economics at University College London (UCL) and Director of CORE Econ, has been nominated Vice-President of the International Economic Association (IEA).‍ The post Director Wendy Carlin nominated Vice-President of the International Economic Association appeared first on CORE.

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Ask a Teacher: Why Teach Economics?

ACRE

It’s #EconEdMonth, the time of year where we highlight resources and strategies for teaching Economics across disciplines and content areas. This year, I asked a few Arkansas teachers to share what they love about teaching economics. I have fallen in love with teaching Economics! Here is what they had to share.