The Classroom Mini-Economy: Integrating Economics Into the Elementary and Middle School Curriculum
The Classroom MiniEconomy is a handson form of instruction that prepares students to function in today's rapidly changing and interdependent world. This guide shows teachers how to implement the MiniEconomy in their classrooms with an advanced section dedicated to middle school classes.
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