Author Archives: Tawni Ferrarini

Teachers and Students: Get on board with the Common Sense Economics MOOC

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Engage your students in meaningful ways. Let them hone their economic reasoning skills and apply them to a variety of real-world settings including, but not limited to, personal finance and public policy.  Students can earn badges that can be listed … read more

Webinar “Supply and Demand Interactive: Active learning technology brings demand and supply to life.”

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“Supply and Demand Interactive: Active learning technology brings demand and supply to life.” Webinar ($0 registration fee) December 6th, 2017 from 7:00 to 8:00 pm (ET) Register now   This topical webinar is led Dr. Tawni Hunt Ferrarini, the Robert … read more

Canvas Network: Common Sense Economics for Life! Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) — Join Now!

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Enroll today! Massive open online course The Stavros Center for Economic Education of Florida State University (FSU) and Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship of Northern Michigan University (NMU) have teamed up to offer this massive open online course.  This … read more

Schedule a Common Sense Economics Workshop

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Schedule a workshop for 25 or more teachers.  Email Dr. Tawni Hunt Ferrarini.

Meet and Greet at the Annual Conference!

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Join Tawni Hunt Ferrarini (Lindenwood University), Joe Calhoun (Florida State University), and Signe Thomas (Stavros Center for Economic Education at the Florida State University).  See what is new in the Common Sense Economics portfolio of classroom and course resources.  We … read more

Timely Topics! Why Nations Prosper: North and South Korea

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Apply Part 2 of Common Sense Economics “Why Do Nations Prosper” to explain why North Korea is dark as a dungeon at night while South Korea looks like Las Vegas on steroids! 

Educators’ Course Runs Summer 2017: June 5th – July 16th

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Professional Development Workshops, Training, and Courses Common Sense Economics for Life is a power-packed course.  It can be used by professional development coordinators, Centers for Economic Education, and Councils for Economic Education to assist K-16 educators interested in making teaching economics and … read more