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Students learn about the five-step PACED decision-making process. Students complete a decision-making grid and participate in a taste test to determine the best mini pretzel. They learn about ways to complete a decision-making grid for criteria.
Federal Reserve Education hosted a virtual learning experience for educators nationwide focused on the current economy and the steps involved in conducting monetary policy. View the event recording on demand.
Students are introduced to the roles of entrepreneur and investor in the context of starting a business through the book, Isabel’s Car Wash. After discussing the story, students are divided into entrepreneur and investor groups for a business start-up.
Eight times per year, the Federal Reserve issues the Beige Book publication, a snapshot of business conditions in each of the Fed’s 12 regional Reserve Bank Districts. Students will collect economic information to write their own report.
Investigate how socio-economic scarcity manifests in the lives and learning capacity of youth, as well as how support systems within the community and education system offer assistance, advocacy and programs to promote financial sustainability.
This Federal Reserve Education event in the Discussing Race and Inequality in the Classroom series invited industry experts and well-known researchers and economists to share their views on how racial inequality impacts economic mobility and opportunity.
Engage your students on the topics of race and inequality. Hear from economists with years of teaching experience and research sharing strategies for discussing race in the economics classroom, whether at the high school or college level.
These discussion questions and short activities, based on economic concepts from the Fifty Nifty Econ Concept Cards, can help use the Olympics as a springboard for economic discussions.
Learn economic concepts from real-life economists featuring examples from their daily lives.