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World Food Prize Institute and Paper Resources

The World Food Prize Youth Institute at Purdue works with teachers to find future global hunger fighters and solution makers!

This extraordinary educational opportunity for high school students is a potentially life-changing experience and an inspiration to help end world hunger. Free to participating students and teachers / mentors, the institute takes place in person May 6, 2022.

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On Demand: Econ Camp Session 5

We are sharing our annual teacher to teacher conversation regarding the state of teaching economics and personal finance in podcast form this year.

This discuss launches the pilot episode of Conversations on Economic Education.

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On Demand: Econ Camp Session 4

In this session, you will discover how to help students apply an economic way of thinking to managing grand challenges such as food waste, climate change, environmental sustainability, and feeding a growing population.  Learn the latest about pollution markets and economic policy.

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On Demand: Econ Camp Session 3

Do you think that the buying and selling of U.S. bonds is still the main monetary policy tool of the Federal Reserve? Think again! Join us for this special session to learn about the new methods by which the Fed conducts monetary policy, as well as free resources to teach your students. Materials are for high school and AP students, but teachers of all grade levels are welcome.

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On Demand: Econ Camp Session 1

Covid-19 proved to be an unprecedented shock that drove the U.S. economy into the deepest recession since the Great Depression. What did the government do to support the economy? Have the policies been successful?

This session will take a look at fiscal policy decision making to COVID. This is a great session to provide context and background to your classroom discussions.

Read More »

On Demand: Econ Camp Session 2

From the CARES Act to the American Rescue Plan, the fiscal response in excess of $5 trillion put us on a path to recovery. But is the U.S. economic recovery from the pandemic complete?  What industries and individuals have been affected the most? Will we go back to “normal”?

This session will examine how economist think about these factors and how they may impact the economy.

Read More »

Econ Camp 2021 Information

Econ Camp is an annual event for high school teachers.  It provides an excellent opportunity to learn and network with fellow economic educators in a relaxed and engaging environment.  No financial cost to you!

Read More »

World Food Prize Institute and Paper Resources

The World Food Prize Youth Institute at Purdue works with teachers to find future global hunger fighters and solution makers!

This extraordinary educational opportunity for high school students is a potentially life-changing experience and an inspiration to help end world hunger. Free to participating students and teachers / mentors, the institute takes place in person May 6, 2022.

Read More »

On Demand: Econ Camp Session 5

We are sharing our annual teacher to teacher conversation regarding the state of teaching economics and personal finance in podcast form this year.

This discuss launches the pilot episode of Conversations on Economic Education.

Read More »

On Demand: Econ Camp Session 4

In this session, you will discover how to help students apply an economic way of thinking to managing grand challenges such as food waste, climate change, environmental sustainability, and feeding a growing population.  Learn the latest about pollution markets and economic policy.

Read More »

On Demand: Econ Camp Session 3

Do you think that the buying and selling of U.S. bonds is still the main monetary policy tool of the Federal Reserve? Think again! Join us for this special session to learn about the new methods by which the Fed conducts monetary policy, as well as free resources to teach your students. Materials are for high school and AP students, but teachers of all grade levels are welcome.

Read More »

On Demand: Econ Camp Session 1

Covid-19 proved to be an unprecedented shock that drove the U.S. economy into the deepest recession since the Great Depression. What did the government do to support the economy? Have the policies been successful?

This session will take a look at fiscal policy decision making to COVID. This is a great session to provide context and background to your classroom discussions.

Read More »

On Demand: Econ Camp Session 2

From the CARES Act to the American Rescue Plan, the fiscal response in excess of $5 trillion put us on a path to recovery. But is the U.S. economic recovery from the pandemic complete?  What industries and individuals have been affected the most? Will we go back to “normal”?

This session will examine how economist think about these factors and how they may impact the economy.

Read More »

Econ Camp 2021 Information

Econ Camp is an annual event for high school teachers.  It provides an excellent opportunity to learn and network with fellow economic educators in a relaxed and engaging environment.  No financial cost to you!

Read More »