Innovations in Economic Education

Innovations in Economic Education : Promising Practices for Teachers and Students, K-16

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Innovations in Economic Education addresses the growing issue of financial illiteracy by showing how economics can be successfully integrated into classrooms from kindergarten through higher education. Pre-service teachers, experienced educators, curriculum leaders, parents, and school administrators will find practical ideas to improve economic understanding. At the elementary level, the book provides creative ways of introducing young students to the basic concepts of economics, financial justice, and social action. For higher grade levels, the book offers ideas to integrate economics into current history and math curricula. The final portion of the book features recommendations by leading economic educators on how economics can play a greater role in teachers' professional development. The pedagogical tools presented in each chapter include lesson plans and practical insights, and are designed to meet the NCSS, C3 Framework, and Common Core State Standards for Social Studies. This book is a timely and valuable resource for all educators interested in improving their students' economic literacy and financial more

Product details

  • Paperback | 226 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 12.7mm | 317.51g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 26 black & white illustrations, 11 black & white tables
  • 1138922579
  • 9781138922570

About Mary Beth Henning

Mary Beth Henning is Co-Director of the Northern Illinois University Center for Economic Education and Associate Professor of Social Studies Education at Northern Illinois University, more

Table of contents

eResources Preface Acknowledgements 1. Introduction: Promising Economic Education Practices from Past to Present Mary Beth Henning 2. Simulation to Promote Citizenship and Economics Education in Elementary Education Thomas A. Lucey and Duane M. Giannangelo 3. Teaching for Economic Literacy and Economic Justice with and through the Arts James D. Laney with Amy Willerson 4. Home and School Connections to Inspire Children's Economic Thinking Bonnie T. Meszaros and Mary C. Suiter 5. Math and History Connections for Middle School Economics Scott Wolla and Sara Barnett 6. Teaching and Measuring the Economic Way of Thinking Ashley S. Harrison, J.R. Clark, and Mark C. Schug 7. Teaching Economics within the Multimedia Landscape Tawni Hunt Ferrarini 8. Use Econ Lowdown, FRASER, FRED, and GeoFRED to Top the Standards Mark Bayles, Barbara Flowers, and Eva Johnston 9. Fostering Economic Literacy for K-12 Students through the College, Career, and Civic Life (C3) Framework Anand R. Marri 10. Preparing Elementary Teachers to be Economic Educators: An Overview of ECON 21900, a Hybrid Economics Course for Elementary Teacher Candidates Philip J. VanFossen Conclusion Contributorsshow more