GCEE and the UWG Center on Economic Education and Financial
Literacy are happy to host Marginal Revolution University
for this interactive workshop. Teachers will learn how to
make the concepts of supply, demand, and equilibrium fun— online
or in-person—with this new curriculum unit featuring interactive
games, videos, and news articles! This hands-on, experiential
webinar will provide a sampling of the curriculum unit’s bells
and whistles, including demonstrating how to utilize videos as
direct instruction resources and integrate current events to
increase student engagement and comprehension.
How does the Government decide who to bail out with big relief
packages? Students begin to answer this question in this engaging
lesson demoed during this workhsop. Teachers recieve immediate
access to this lesson and 4 others related to teaching the
Economic impact of Covid 19. The lessons work in a virtual
setting or face to face.
This two-hour workshop helps teachers learn how to help their students play the Stock Market Game and, more importantly, learn from the stock market. In the 10-week web-based stock trading simulation, students apply research and math skills, practice group decision making and analyze cause-and-effect relationships. Participants in this workshop are expected to play the game this semester. New AND veteran teachers are encouraged to attend to learn about the 2021 rule changes and new resources!