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In this Classroom ECONnections webinar, the Federal Reserve banks of Dallas, Philadelphia, and St. Louis collaborated to present middle school resources by content specialists from around the Federal Reserve System.
The Federal Reserve Banks of St. Louis and Dallas are pleased to partner with the Texas Council on Economic Education to produce five lessons for the kindergarten classroom.The lessons in this unit employ active-learning strategies that engage young children. Each lesson is based on a story about two cousins—one who lives on a farm and one who lives in a city. Students listen to the stories and recall information from the stories to develop an understating of concepts while applying language arts and mathematics skills.
Classroom ECONnections from the Fed, Episode 1: Resources for Teaching High School Economics Courses
In this session of the Classroom ECONnections from the Fed webinar series, presenters from the Federal Reserve Banks of Atlanta, Dallas, Philadelphia, and St. Louis introduce FederalReserveEducation.org and feature resources that can be used to teach high school economics classes. These resources include online courses from the Econ Lowdown learning portal hosted by the St. Louis Fed, the Atlanta Fed's The Fed Explained video series, 4 books from the Dallas Fed's Everyday Economics series, and the Philly Fed's The Fed and You video program.
A collection of 13 lessons plus assessment activities designed to accompany the Building Wealth resource in high school classrooms. The lessons use a variety of instructional techniques and include student activities, handouts and presentation visuals.
A personal finance education resource for schools, nonprofit community organizations, financial services providers and consumers to help young people, adult consumers, families and others develop a plan for building personal wealth. Presents an overview of personal wealth-building strategies that includes setting financial goals, budgeting, saving and investing, managing debt, and understanding credit reports and credit scores
Examines the benefits of specialization and trade, using the economic principles of absolute and comparative advantage. It also discusses protectionism and worldwide efforts to open trade.
Looks at the Federal Reserve and its role in maintaining an effective and efficient payments system, supervising and regulating banking operations and conducting the nation’s monetary policy.
Explores money as a medium of exchange and how banks "create" money when they lend it. Also discusses the Federal Reserve's role in promoting economic growth without inflation.
Looks at the meaning of "free enterprise" and examines the four components of a free enterprise system, households, businesses, markets and governments.
Examines labor and its role in the production of goods and services. It looks at what affects the labor market, as well as what role the Fed and government play.