Why has globalization increased in the 20th and 21st century? Students will analyze this question by examining economic growth within countries and develop arguments supporting and criticizing globalization.
Learn art-based activities to spark classroom conversations that cultivate compassionate financial literacy. Integrate citizenship and economic education while analyzing and creating your own art. Experience interactive activites and lesson plans.
Never give up! To examine the legacy of entrepreneur Reginald F. Lewis, attendees will view segments from the WNET documentary PIONEER, which focused on the achievements of this African American businessman.
Explore the foundational economic principles key to making informed, intentional financial decisions. Through discussion and brainstorming, attendees will identify opportunities and strategies to infuse economic principles into financial education.
Explore unique digital resources for teaching economics and personal finance through interactive demonstrations of classroom-tested lesson plans, on-line concept videos, quizzes, and simulations to help students master economics.
Explore new ideas that teach young children about money. Participate in activities that use videos, puzzles, posters, readings, and manipulatives to teach the characteristics and functions of money using kid-friendly language.
Through place-based connections to local economic activity and by using narratives constructed around local histories, students can begin learning economics as local experts and can contribute to their local narratives.