Games & Activities
Intelligence Quotient (IQ) Tests
- Personal Finance IQ Test – True or False Questions Only (See instructor for answers.)
- Personal Finance IQ Test – Multiple Choice Questions Only (See instructor for answers.)
- The Crash of 2008: Cause and Aftermath [PDF]. By James Gwartney, David Macpherson, Russell Sobel, and Richard Stroup provides a comprehensive analysis of the current economic crisis. This crisis is likely to be the most important macroeconomic event of our lifetime. The Crash of 2008: Cause and Aftermath [PDF] addresses the cause, analyzes the future, and considers the often ask question of whether we are headed for another Great Depression. Economic Crisis 2008 [PDF] will help teachers communicate valuable information to students. Test questions are available in the secured test bank. Visit the CSE Hot Topics page for other resources connected to the crisis.
- Activity: Budgeting and Financial Fitness for Life
- Activity: What is Consumer Price Index (CPI)?
- Activity: College: Where I am Going to Go? By EconEdLink.org (Economic Concepts: Scarcity and Marginal Analysis)
- Activity: Demand, Supply and Adjustments to Dynamic Change
- What is a Dollar Worth? By the Federal Reserve System, Minneapolis, District 9
- Activity: The Economic Crisis of 2008: Causes and Lessons for the Future
- Activity: Fiscal Policy and Budget Deficits
- Activity: Gains from Trade Game[PDF]
- What is Globalization? A Student’s Guide to Globalization. Site managed by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
- Activity: The Great Depression and Lessons Learned
- Activity: Gross Domestic Product: What It Is and How It Is Measured?
- Activity: Learning and Earning. Site mangaged by TheMint.org. (Use the site to see how higher education translates into higher earning levels, on average.)
- Activity: Monetary Policy: How Is It Conducted and How Does It Affect the Economy?
- Activity: A Property Rights Simulation[PDF]
- Activity: What Is the Unemployment Rate and How Is It Measured?
- Activity: Who Pays for Government or Private Projects and Why It Matters