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View Resource Economics Lesson Plans

Creating interesting and compelling lessons in Economics can present several unique challenges. Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning is ?a nonprofit organization created to help educators in the nation?s heartland bridge the gap between research and practice.? On this site they have compiled a series of economics lesson plans and resources for students and teachers. There are lesso...

View Resource Wachowicz's Web World: Web Sites for Discerning Finance Students

John Wachowicz, Jr., Professor of Finance at the University of Tennessee, has put together this impressive collection of finance-related links for students. The links are divided into categories such as Introduction to Financial Management, Valuation, Tools of Financial Analysis and Planning, Working Capital Management, Investment in Capital Assets, Cost of Capital, Capital Structure and Dividend...

View Resource Money Matters (SMILE)

A lesson designed to introduce students to different countries' money and the United States monetary value of a penny, a nickel, a dime, and a quarter. From the Practical and Applied Math section of a collection of almost 200 single concept lessons by the Science and Mathematics Initiative for Learning Enhancement.

View Resource The Economics Classroom

The so-called "dismal science" may be a difficult subject to teach even at the college level, but one can also imagine that it might be more so in high school. Fortunately, the Annenberg/CPB organization has created this rather useful workshop for teachers working across grades nine through 12 who are teaching economics. The programs are the result of a collaborative effort by Pacific Street...

View Resource The Kansas Stock Market Simulation

A program that challenges participants to combine knowledge learned in school with an awareness of current events, a curiosity about the business and economic environment, and an interest in managing money. Participants learn how financial markets work and how capital is raised to fund business growth. Participants in all grade levels, post-secondary and college students, adults, and...

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