- Career Exploration and Soft Skills
- Allocation Strategies Lesson
- Guided Reading for "Interest on Reserves"
- Fed Human Bingo
- Economic Data Poster Activity
- Elasticity Lesson
- Fed Careers Lesson
- International Economics Lesson
- Bell Ringer Mini-Lessons
- Economy Matters Quizzes
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Career Exploration and Soft Skills: Preparing Students for Success
03/23/2017 - Which soft skills are highly prized in the workplace and can help students plan their careers? Get great ideas for making your students soft skills experts!
Allocation Strategies, Rational Decision Making, and Social Economic Goals
03/23/2017 - Looking for an innovative way to introduce allocation strategies to your students? Combine rational decision-making models, allocation strategies, and social economic goals to teach multiple content standards in one lesson.
Guided Reading Questions for Notes from the Vault's "Interest on Reserves"
03/13/2017 - Are you teaching monetary policy? Keep your students current with this guided reading exercise about the monetary policy tool interest on reserves.
How High Is Your Fed IQ?
03/13/2017 - This month, we are asking, "How high is your Fed IQ?" Use this activity as a human bingo game or online scavenger hunt to get your students thinking about the Federal Reserve.
Key Economic Data by State: Poster Activity
02/28/2017 - Discover key economic data for your state with these posters from the St. Louis Fed. This classroom activity will help you integrate these attractive, informative posters into your classroom.
Understanding Price Elasticity: It's No Stretch!
02/28/2017 - Looking for an engaging way to introduce elasticity to your students? This lesson uses rubber bands and other products to get your students excited about the topic.
Career Opportunities at the Federal Reserve
02/28/2017 - Do your students know the Federal Reserve hires college students as summer interns? This lesson will get them thinking about the human capital they should develop for these amazing experiences.
International Trade and Comparative Advantage Lesson
01/25/2017 - Are you searching for meaningful ways to integrate technology like digital content into your lessons? If so, Extra Credit's lesson on international trade and comparative advantage has great ideas for you!
Bell Ringers: Mini-Lessons with a Hook
01/11/2017 - Teachers, get your students "hooked" on economics with our new Bell Ringer series. Nine highly engaging mini-lessons are designed to spark student interest from the moment class begins.
Make the Economy Matter! Digital Quizzes from the Atlanta Fed
01/11/2017 - Looking for a fun way to start your class? Try these digital quizzes from our Economy Matters publication, which blend timely economic topics with some friendly competition.