Economics & Finance
- Why Study Economics?
provides information and advice on studying economics at higher education for prospective students, school and college teachers and university lecturers
a premier source of classroom tested, internet-based economic lesson materials for K-12 teachers and students
- A PEDestrian’s Guide to the ECONOMY
provides answers to many of the most asked, a few of the least asked, and some of the never asked questions about the economy, in an entertaining way.
- Economic Education – FRB Dallas
publications and videos, teacher resources, student resources, personal financial education
Courseware, Notes and Presentations
- MIT Open Courseware : Economics
“The MIT Economics Department today is a vibrant collection of faculty and students. The Department’s distinguished scholars have received numerous awards, including three Nobel Prizes (Franco Modigliani, Paul Samuelson, and Robert Solow), and many are Fellows of the National Academy of Sciences, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the Econometric Society. Many faculty members have served in various elected offices of the American Economic Association and the Econometric Society. “
- tutor2u: Economics Revision Notes
big library of concrete educational notes on economics that falls into a near thousand categories
- tutor2u: Economics Presentations
a large number of free revision presentations for economics teachers and students
- Pounds & Pence
intended for teachers of pupils aged 9-11, providing a range of stimulating resources that will encourage pupils to think about money and prices
Textbooks and Journals
- WSJ: Ideas for Using The Journal for Education
gives you faculty-developed suggestions for how to incorporate The Journal into your classes. From class discussions to exams, quizzes and more, The Journal’s real-world content can help make your job easier and will enrich your students’ learning experiences.
- WSJ: Videos on Using The Journal in Classroom
brings Journal relevance right to your screen and gives your students a step-by-step look at The Journal’s sections, contents and features. Your class will also hear real-life examples of how students effectively use the print and online Journal. As well as videos that help illustrate how The Journal can be used in specific disciplines.
- Online Economics Textbooks Index
topics range in introductory/intermediate/graduate economics(micro & macro), agricultural, auction, bounded rationality, computational, econometrics, game theory, international, law, mathematical, public choice, and statistics
- IRS Understanding Taxes Start
includes detailed lesson plans, interactive activities, simulations, and more. Of special interest to educators are the correlations to national and state educational standards — every lesson plan provides you with links listing the applicable national and state standards, making it simple to integrate Understanding Taxes into your existing classroom curricula.
- Internet Economists
Intended as an internet information skills tutorial for economics learners, teachers and students, this is one of a national series of tutorials written by qualified tutors, lecturers and librarians from across the UK. In 4 steps, you will be able to find the best economic websites and how to search effectively.