Contact the Economic Education Center at Lindenwood University to adopt the course shell for
Common Sense Economics has been taught across the United States. For more than fifteen years, it has been offered universities, community colleges, and high schools. For example, it has been offered at Florida State University (ECO 2000, 3 undergraduate credit hours) and Northern Michigan University (EC101, 4 undergraduate credit hours). It has been offered as a seated, blended, and fully online class across high schools. It is currently be taught on both campuses as an introductory course to economics, with special attention drawn to those learning needs of students planning to complete only one economics course for life. This course has proven both incredibly effective and unusually popular among students.
The Common Sense Economics course shell has also been used to teach economics and personal finance in high school and community colleges, liberal arts colleges, K-12 professional development courses, and courses for home school students and adult learners. The art of economic reasoning is presented in a non-mathematical way and common sense way. The course integrates multimedia resources and includes many practical applications, especially in personal finance. It is truly the one course in economics and personal finance from which individuals can benefit for life.
In addition to offering the course package at no charge to individual teacher-adopters and other non-commercial users across the country and around the globe, the Common Sense Economics team is excited to work with schools, colleges, and other institutions which might be interested in adopting the course system-wide.
If you think your institution might be interested in system-wide adoption, here are some options:
Email the Stavros Center for Economic Education to adopt