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Economics

Economics

Links verified 01/28/2013

  1. Business Math and Economics - Tonya Skinner's site; lesson plans and activities
  2. Campbell R. Harvey's Hypertextual Finance Glossary - the largest financial glossary on the Internet
  3. Currency Converter : Use the money conversion tool to convert your money into another currency.
  4. Debit or Credit - Manage your credit, keep a budget and live within your means. (Thanks to Ms. Fiato's class for finding this link for us!)
  5. Economics Education Web - based on Nebraska Standards
  6. EconEdLink - Internet-based economic and personal finance lessons for K-12 teachers and their students
  7. Economic Lessons K-12 - online interactive lessons. Browse EconEdlink online lessons by Title, Grade, Standard, or Lesson Plan Type
  8. Economic Lessons - EcEdWeb, the Economic Education Web is your portal to economic education resources in all forms and at all levels
  9. Economic Quiz - online interactive - works in IE, not Firefox
  10. Economic System Quiz - online interactive, Quia quiz
  11. Economic Resources - from Bartley Business Information Center
  12. ECONnections - standards-based lesson plans adapted from NCEE printed materials for the Internet with interactive activities for students
  13. EduStock - (a ThinkQuest site) Edustock is an educational web page designed to teach students what the stock market is, and how it can work for them.
  14. Explorations in Economic Supply - Lesson Plan with interactive sections
  15. Federal Reserve Education - links to instructional materials and tools that can increase your understanding of the Federal Reserve, economics and financial education
  16. Financial Data Finder - maintained by Denis Shibiko Department of Finance, Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University
  17. Financial Glossary - a Yahoo Finance site
  18. Gross Domestic Product or Expenditure - (1930-2005)
  19. History of Advertisement - presents images and database information for over 7,000 advertisements printed in U.S. and Canadian newspapers and magazines between 1911 and 1955.
  20. It All Adds Up - personal finance for teens who want to get a head start on their financial future by using online games and simulations
  21. Jumpstart's Reality Check - Imagine the possibilities...then take their simple test. Fill in your choices and then get ready for a reality check! Chances are you'll be surprised by how much your so called "Dream Life" is going to cost you.
  22. Mathematics and Economics - designed as support materials for a commercial product, this site has free links to lessons, web sites, and interactives
  23. Stock Market - Allows members to practice trading in a lifelike brokerage simulation [not available 3/6/09 - down for maintenance]
  24. Stock Exchange: NASDAQ
  25. National Council on Economic Education - interactive activities
  26. National Economics Standards - includes links to related lessons
  27. NCEE Online Lessons - use pull-down menus to search for online lessons from all of NCEE's programs ( 502 currently available )
  28. NYSE
  29. Planwise - Planwise can help you get a handle on everything - income, spending and debt in your life.
  30. Practical Money Skills - Teacher Resources
  31. Products - Find out the principal products in the U.S.
  32. Receipts and Outlays of the Federal Government - (1789-2007)
  33. SEC - official site of the US Securities and Exchange Commission
  34. Secrets of Making Money - a PBS program which follows the U.S. Treasury and the Secret Service on a joint mission to stay ahead of counterfeiters and make a better, more hi-tech buck
  35. The Shrinking Value of the Dollar - This data represents changes in prices of all goods and services purchased for consumption by urban households.
  36. TheMint - packed with all kinds of tips about what to do with your money (from Northwestern Mutual)
  37. Twelve personal finance principle lessons for young people
  38. Virtual Economics Lessons - lesson plans with visuals
  39. Virtual Stock Exchange Games - Trade stocks, talk strategies, and more.
  40. Where Does Your Money Go? - Can you estimate the percentage of the Federal Budget spent on the items listed?
  41. World Paper Money Homepage posted Ron Wise - over 10,000 notes, with individual front and back scans

 

 

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