Teach Economics Podcast Series
The Teach Economics podcast series, created by the Economic Education team at the St. Louis Fed, is for educators in elementary, middle and high schools, and college. The series includes conversations with leading economic educators on innovative and effective teaching strategies as well as insight on why it’s important to teach economics at all levels. The content can be used as a resource for educators and parents also may find it useful.
In this third episode, Mary Suiter, former assistant vice president of economic education at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, and Mike Raymer, executive director of the Georgia Council for Economic Education, share their advice on writing lessons that bring economics to life for students. Released July 18, 2023.
In the second episode of Sneak-a-nomics, Bonnie Meszaros, associate director of the Center of Economic Education and Entrepreneurship at the University of Delaware, discusses what goes into writing engaging economics and personal finance lessons using children’s literature. Released Jan. 17, 2023.
In the first episode of Sneak-a-nomics, Erin Boettcher, a fifth grade teacher at Newark Charter School in Newark, Del., and Bonnie Meszaros, associate director of the Center of Economic Education and Entrepreneurship at the University of Delaware, discuss how you can sneak economic and personal finance concepts into the subjects you’re already teaching. Released Jan. 17, 2023.
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