- Maximum Employment Matters Lesson
- Reviewing Macroeconomics Graphs
- International Economics Lessons
- Digital Activities for Fed Infographics
- Macroeconomics Lessons
- Board of Governors "Chatterbox"
- Teaching Personal Finance
- Fed Resources
- Teaching Microeconomics
- Factor Markets Simulation
- Economic Dynamism
DepartmentsCalendar of Events
Maximum Employment Matters: Are You up to the Test?
03/26/2018 - From energy to manufacturing, the Maximum Employment Matters webinar series brings industry professionals into your classroom with lesson tools you can use to make the learning experience stick!
Macro Graphs: Using Manipulatives and Technology to Review Macro Models
03/26/2018 - Are you reviewing macroeconomics models like aggregate supply and demand, loanable funds, and the money market? Take a hands-on approach with these review ideas for you and your students!
Bell to Bell: Teaching International Economics
04/11/2018 - Go international with these four-part lesson plans from the Atlanta Fed! Try new ideas for teaching the international economics concepts of foreign exchange and international trade.
Technology-Enhanced Classroom Activities for Atlanta Fed Infographics
02/27/2018 - Prime students' brains for learning with these enjoyable, technology-enhanced activities to accompany some Atlanta Fed infographics! This feature brings you games for financial literacy and economics topics.
Bell to Bell: Teaching Macroeconomics
02/22/2018 - Energize your semester with these four-part lessons from the Atlanta Fed. Try new ideas by teaching the macroeconomics concepts of inflation, unemployment, GDP, money, monetary policy, and fiscal policy.
What Is the Board of Governors?
02/12/2018 - Teaching the structure and functions of the Federal Reserve? This lesson helps your students understand the role of the Fed's Board of Governors through video, movement, and discussion.
Bell to Bell: Teaching Personal Finance
02/01/2018 - How financially literate are your students? Use these four-part lessons to engage, teach, guide practice, and assess pupils on setting goals, banking, budgeting, and saving.
New Resources from Federal Reserve Education
01/26/2018 - As you plan for the second semester, check out some recent Fed resources. We have offerings for various grade levels to teach a variety of personal finance and economics concepts.
Bell to Bell: Teaching Microeconomics
01/12/2018 - Energize your semester with these creative four-part lessons from the Atlanta Fed. Try new ideas for teaching the microeconomics concepts of supply, demand, elasticity, market structure, and business organizations.
Down on the Farm: Factor Markets Simulation
01/10/2018 - Want to have fun teaching factor markets? This lesson simulates the process a firm uses to determine the profit-maximizing quantity of labor to hire in a perfectly competitive labor market.
Should Fostering Economic Dynamism Be a Priority?
01/05/2018 - Apply economic indicators to real-world problems with this inquiry unit about economic dynamism. Motivate your students to take informed action and foster their community's economic growth.