Teaching Decision Making in the K–2 Classroom
Grades K-2
Wednesday, October 27, 2021
7:00 pm EST

Workshop Grades K–5

In this one-hour virtual professional development program learn about two classroom resources you can use right away to teach K–2 students about decision making. Teach students about opportunity cost, scarcity, and the decision-making process using active- and collaborative learning methods. Presented by Dr. Andrew Hill, economic education officer at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, and Angie Battle, Program Manager for GCEE, the resources shared in this session meet state and national standards in economics and social studies.

Audience: Teachers, Grades K-2

This workshop is provided virtually via the Zoom platform.

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