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Creating Inquiry Based Economics Projects (Full Event, 7/07/21)

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Economics is all about big ideas and big questions. But how do students generate those questions? And how can students answer them? On July 7, 2021, educators learned how to generate compelling economics questions, how to use data in the classroom, and best practices in the inquiry learning process. Available to watch here in its entirety, this event was part of the New York Fed’s Teacher Professional Development Program, which allows educators throughout the Second District to register for free professional development programs focused on increasing economic literacy for high school and college students. These programs offer Continuing Education credits and are held in several locations throughout the year, as well as online. For more information, visit nyfed.org/teacher-development

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Economics is all about big ideas and big questions. But how do students generate those questions? And how can students answer them?



On July 7, 2021, educators learned how to generate compelling economics questions, how to use data in the classroom, and best practices in the inquiry learning process.



Available to watch here in its entirety, this event was part of the New York Fed’s Teacher Professional Development Program, which allows educators throughout the Second District to register for free professional development programs focused on increasing economic literacy for high school and college students. These programs offer Continuing Education credits and are held in several locations throughout the year, as well as online.



For more information, visit nyfed.org/teacher-development
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