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NEW On December 9, 2021 the State Board of Education approved changes to the GSE for the Economics course required for graduation 45.061, that will be implemented during the 2022-23 school year. The title for the course will change to Personal Finance and Economics. Click here to view the crosswalk reflecting the changes to the GSE.
Teacher notes, and instructional resources reflecting these changes are coming soon.
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Personal Finance and Economics
Personal Finance and Economics Teacher Notes (beginning 2022-2023) NEW!
Teacher Content Videos
Allocating Scarce Resources
Determinants of Demand
Determinants of Supply
Marginal Cost, Marginal Benefit, and Rational Decision Making
Measuring the Economy
Rational Decision Making and Post High School Options
Roles of Government in the U.S. Economy
Supply and Demand
Economics Curriculum Map
NEW Personal Finance and Economics Curriculum Map
Resources for Any Unit
Econ Express is a unique online resource that helps teachers and students learn, practice, and assess basic economic concepts in a creative and engaging way. Covering 51 concepts, Econ Express serves as a general overview of the content typically taught in a high school Intro to Economics course.
Sample UnitConnecting Themes
Sample UnitFundamentals Source Set
Social Studies Lab
Sample UnitMicroeconomics Source Set
Sample UnitMacroeconomics Source Set
Sample UnitInternational Economics Source Set
Sample UnitPersonal Finance Source Set
Instructional Activity Videos
Enhancing & Extending the Economic Course
Price Floors & Ceilings
Supply, Demand, and Equilibrium Price
Teaching Fiscal Policy & Budgeting: Tradeoffs & Externalities Happen! Part 1
Teaching Fiscal Policy & Budgeting: Tradeoffs & Externalities Happen! Part 2
Teaching Types of Resources and Production Possibility Curves
Types of Competition