This one-day professional development program introduces teachers to a series of activities, experiments, games, and illustrations designed to effectively teach middle and high school students about behavioral economics concepts.

Lessons will address the following essential questions:

  • Do people always make economic decisions by strictly weighing the costs and benefits of each alternative?
  • Can arbitrary numbers stick in our minds and affect our decision making?
  • Why don’t we always choose the best option when making a decision?
  • Why do people tend to procrastinate when it comes to doing things that are good for them?
  • Under what circumstances do people not make rational economic decisions?

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