Current Center For Economic Education Holdings
Sherratt Library

A Community Participation Guide for Economic Education, Joint Council on Economic Education, NY NY, 1987.  Guidebook to create awareness and programs to promote economic education.

A Framework for Teaching Basic Economic Concepts, Phillip Saunders, June Gilliard (eds.) Economics America National Council on Economic Education, NY NY, 1995.  Guidelines for curricula construction. K-12.

A Framework for Teaching The Basic Concepts, Phillip Saunders et al. Joint Council on Economic Education, NY NY, 1984.  Guidelines for curricula construction. K-12.

Addison-Weseley Economics/ Economics, Hodgetts, Richard M. and  Smart, Terry L.  Menlo Park Ca. 1993.  Textbook for high school economics.

Advanced Placement Economics.  Teachers manual, microeconomics student activities, macroeconomic student activities. John S. Morton, Economics America National Council on Economic Education, NY NY, 1996.  These books are designed for HS teachers preparing students for the AP economics exam.

Capstone: The Nation’s High School Economic Course, Reinke, Robert W. Et al and Joint Council on Education.  NY NY 1989.  Teacher’s source manual.

DEEP (Developmental Economic Education Program) Handbook for Curriculum Change in Economics, K-12.  Abbejean Kehler, Joint Council on Economic Education, NY NY, 1990.  Handbook for developing an economic education program in a school district.

Economics at Work, Agency for Instructional Development, Bloomington, IN., 1996.  Multimedia, interactive materials structured for 27 lessons.  9-12 grades.

Economics in the News,  Pleeter, Saul and Way, Phillip K. Reading , Mass. 1990.  Examples of events in modern times of economics.

Economics in our Times, (Kit)  Arnold, Roger A.  Minneapolis, Minn. 1995.  A kit for high school economics—includes 4 books, 11 worksheets and 88 color transparencies.

Economics in the School Curriculum, K-12,  Mark C. Schug (ed.), Joint Council on Economic Education, NY NY, 1985.  Collection of articles, many with activities.

Economics,  Lawrence Senesh.  Curriculum outline for grades 1-6.

Economics:  Learning and Instruction, Lucille Ford, South-Western, Cincinnati, 1982.  Instruction methods book for K-university students.

Economics: What and When, June Gilliard et al. Joint Council on Economic Education, NY NY, 1989.  Supplement to Master Curriculum Guide in Economics for development of a comprehensive economic education program.  K-12.

Economics, What and When: Scope and Sequence Guidelines, K-12, Malone, Marguerite G. et al., Joint Council on Economic Education, NY NY, 1988.  Guidebook for teachers to learn  how to teach economics in order of sequence.

Effective Economic Education, William B. Walstad and John Soper (eds.), National Education Association Joint Council on Economic Education, 1991.  Collection of articles on DEEP (Developmental Economic Education Program).

Invitation to Economics. Teacher’s Resource Book, Wolken, Larwrence and Glocker, Janet,  Glenview, Ill. 1985.  Textbook for high school economics.

Journal of Economic Education,  Joint Council on Economic Education and Helen Dwight Reid Educational Foundation.   Washington D.C.  Periodical.  Current articles about teaching economics in schools.

Lesson Plans for Economics and Free Enterprise, Examples of different lessons, and activities for high school classrooms.

Master Curriculum Guide in Economics Teaching Strategies Consumer Economics Secondary,  Robert Ristau, et al.,  Joint Council on Economic Education, NY NY, 1985.  Information for curriculum development in HS consumer economics classes.

Master Curriculum Guide in Economics Teaching Strategies Economics and Entrepreneurship, and Strategies Economics and Entrepreneurship Student Activities, John E. Chow, et al., , Joint Council on Economic Education, NY NY, 1991.  Contains 17 lessons on economics and entrepreneurship.

Master Curriculum Guide in Economics Teaching Strategies High School Economics Courses,  John S. Morton, , Joint Council on Economic Education, NY NY, 1985.  Information for curriculum development in HS economics classes.

Preparing to Teach Economics:  Sources and Approaches, Suzanne W. Helburn, ERIC, n.d.  “Tip sheet”  for first time HS teachers.

Relevance of Economics in the High School:  The Developmental Economic Education Program.  Phillip Saunders, 1971. Discussion of the need for economics education, and an analysis of a curriculum development program.

Selective Bibliography in Economics Resources, Judith E. Hedstrom, ERIC, 1977. All grade levels.

Strategies for Teaching Economics: Basic Business and Consumer Education ( Secondary),  Clow, John E.  et al.,  and Joint Council on Economic Education, NY NY, 1979.  For grades 9-12.

Strategies for Teaching Economics: Grades 7-9, Roger A. Banaszak, Joint Council on Economic Education, NY NY, 1982.  Junior high economics activities.

Teaching Strategies : High school Economics courses, Morton, John S. and Joint Council on Economic Education.  NY NY, 1985.  Master Curriculum guide in economics.

Teaching Strategies: Consumer economics ( secondary), Ristau, Robert A., Clow, John E. and Joint Council on Economic Education, NY Ny, 1985.  Curriculum guide in grades 9-12.

United States History:  Eyes on the Economy, Shug, Mark C. and National Council on Economic Education NY NY 1993.  V.1 through the Civil War—v.2 through the 20th century.

Using Economics in Social Studies Methods Courses.  Dennis J. Weidenaar, Joint Council on Economic Education, NY NY, 1982. Classroom economics activities for social studies courses.
 

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