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The Sunk Cost Fallacy: What is it and why does it happen? Where To Invest, Willpower, Decision Making, Feel Better, Psychology, Investing, Shit Happens, Motivation, Psicologia

The Sunk Cost Fallacy: What is it and why does it happen?

Much of our decision making is focused on how and where to invest our time, money, and effort. The sunk cost fallacy is one of the more frequent delusions wh...

The concept of opportunity cost occupies an important place in economic theory. The concept was first developed by Wieser. The opportunity cost of anything is the alternative that has been foregone. Factors Of Production, Cost Of Production, Opportunity Cost, Social Science, Teacher Newsletter, Teacher Pay Teachers

Meaning of Opportunity Cost and Its Economic Significance

The concept of opportunity cost occupies an important place in economic theory. The concept was first developed by Wieser. The opportunity cost of anything is the alternative that has been foregone...

Measuring GDP using the Income Approach and the Expenditure Approach - HD - YouTube Teaching Economics, Financial Literacy

Measuring GDP using the Income Approach and the Expenditure Approach - HD

Measuring GDP using the Income Approach and the Expenditure Approach - HD - YouTube

No escaping the laws of demand and supply. Law Of Demand, Teaching Economics, Financial Literacy

Lessons in Supply and Demand: Housing Market Edition

The City Observatory is a study of modern-day cities and urban development practices.

This article suggests the idea of creating a financial vision board to help kids achieve short and long-term savings goals.  The related activity guides them in constructing and personalizing their board Education Middle School, Elementary Education, Teaching Economics, Help Kids, Financial Literacy, Personal Finance, High School, Goals, Activities

Common Cents: A Financial Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

This article suggests the idea of creating a financial vision board to help kids achieve short and long-term savings goals. The related activity guides them in constructing and personalizing their board

opportunity cost investing Teaching Economics, Investment Club, Opportunity Cost, Lost Money, Financial Literacy, You Gave Up, Investing, Finance

How to Calculate Opportunity Cost With Every Choice You Make

Opportunity cost sounds ominous. Like you are really going to be missing out or possibly making a big mistake if you choose wrong. Without realizing it, we make decisions every day that involve an opportunity cost. We are here to teach you how to calculate opportunity cost so you always make the best decisions.

The Sassy School Teacher: Teaching Economics on First Grade! Teaching Economics, Teaching Resources, Beginner Piano Lessons, Elementary Library, Kindergarten Lessons, Distinguish Between, Financial Literacy, First Grade, Phonics

Teaching Economics on First Grade!

This unit was a lot of fun. I really enjoyed teaching it. And my students enjoyed it as well. I also wanted my students to be able ...

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Power of Compounding

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Elementary Financial Literacy Curriculum with classroom market place using Project Based Learning and Economics for 2nd Grade, 2nd grade economics, 3rd grade economics, classroom economy, 2nd grade financial literacy, 3rd grade financial literacy, project based learning, PBL, 2nd grade PBL, 3rd Grade PBL, 2nd grade project based learning, small business for kids, 2nd grade needs and wants, 2nd grade producers and consumers, 2nd grade profit and loss, economics lesson plans, 2nd grade market… Learn Economics, Economics For Kids, Economics Lessons, Social Studies Activities, Kindergarten Activities, Math Resources, Project Based Learning, Kids Learning, Classroom Economy

Teaching Financial Literacy

This is an Entire Project Based Learning Unit on ECONOMICS. It takes a teacher step by step throughout the entire Economics Curriculum. Don’t let planning PBL Units stress you out! This unit is all set for your entire planning. Teach your students to open their own small business.

Win grants/scholarships with a free financial literacy game This is a free financial literacy program in the form on an online game. The highest scoring students win grants and scholarships! - College Scholarships Tips Literacy Games, Literacy Programs, Financial Literacy, Science Games, School Programs, Financial Planning, Classroom Activities, Classroom Ideas, Homeschool Math

Win grants/scholarships with a free financial literacy game

Disclosure: H&R Block has been a longtime supporter of The Cornerstone through their financial literacy initiatives. They have compensated me for helping them spread the word about these free resources for teachers and kids. The H&R Block Challenge is a completely FREE teen financial literacy program in the form of an online game. Through this game’s simulation, …

The Relationship Between Average and Marginal Cost: The Relationship Between Marginal Cost and Average Variable Cost Teaching Economics, Economics Lessons, Micro Economics, Math Vocabulary, Business And Economics, Custo, Financial Literacy, Mathematics

What Is the Relationship Between Average and Marginal Costs?

Here are explanations of the relationship between average and marginal costs and of average cost variations and marginal cost of a natural monopoly.

Watch “The Fed Explains Real vs. Potential GDP.” Brainstorm events since 1930 that may significantly have impacted U.S. gross domestic product. Use this spreadsheet to see if GDP changed dramatically. Discuss possible reasons why GDP may or may not have changed due to the event. Teaching Economics, Economics Lessons, Federal Reserve System, Education Middle School, Gross Domestic Product, Financial Literacy, Brainstorm, Personal Finance, High School

The Fed Explained

The Fed Explained offers a range of content that explains the role of the Federal Reserve System and helps a general audience understand the fundamentals of the economy.

Scarcity, the Basic Economic Problem - YouTube Teaching Economics, Financial Literacy, This Or That Questions, Youtube, Youtube Movies

Scarcity, the Basic Economic Problem

What would you do if you showed up to class and there weren't nearly enough chairs to go around? Well, you're facing and economic problem that requires an ec...

Everything you ever needed to know about investing, scribbled on cocktail napkins - MarketWatch Financial Literacy, Financial Planning, Financial Goals, Economics Lessons, Stock Portfolio, Intraday Trading, Weird Words, Deep Learning, Budgeting Finances

Everything you ever needed to know about investing, scribbled on cocktail napkins

Warren Buffett once said “there seems to be some perverse human characteristic that likes to make easy things difficult.” Those words, of course, can be...

What comes to mind when you hear the word “bank?” Play a game of free association using words from the Fifty Nifty or Core Concept Cards. Identify a target word, and then quickly write as many other related words as you can in one minute. #bank #vocab #words #economics #education #activity #game Teaching Economics, Economics Lessons, Education Middle School, Elementary Education, Free Association, Financial Literacy, Teacher Resources, Personal Finance, Nifty

Word Association Activity

What comes to mind when you hear the word “bank?” Play a game of free association using words from the Fifty Nifty or Core Concept Cards. Identify a target word, and then quickly write as many other related words as you can in one minute. #bank #vocab #words #economics #education #activity #game

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Financial Literacy: Everything You Need To Know!

Financial literacy is the basic knowledge of how we manage our money and finances. Financial literacy lessons and workshops are the best source of financial literacy for kids and adults. The financial literacy anchor charts are a great way to teach kids. By Budgeting, savings, debt management and investing financial freedom or financial independence can be achieved.

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