Teaching Tools for Economics
from John Stossel

Based on the National Council of Economics Education (NCEE) standards, the two-part economics series makes textbooks relevant to today's students.

The ABC News videos generate discussions on issues such as wealth creation, opportunity costs, tradeoffs, and secondary effects, property rights, the"tragedy of the commons," the invisible hand, price controls, poverty and entrepreneurship, child labor laws, unemployment and labor mobility, economic freedom, and more.

John makes these issues fun for students by asking questions like:

*Are gas prices at record highs?

* Is America #1?

* Does outsourcing cost Americans jobs?

* How much tax do the rich really pay?

* Is government too big?

* Are boycotts of sweatshop products helpful?

* Are we scaring ourselves to death?

* Is life getting worse?

Volume 1: Teaching Tools for Microeconomics from John Stossel High School Edition
Length: 70 minutes DVD

Cost: $29.95
Click here to download the Microeconomics teachers guide, High School Edition

Volume 2: Teaching Tools for Macroeconomics, Government and International Trade from John Stossel High School Edition
Length: 61 minutes DVD

Cost: $29.95
Click here to download the Macroeconomics teacher guide, High School Edition

Volume 1: Teaching Tools for Microeconomics from John Stossel College Edition
Length: 70 minutes DVD

Cost: $29.95
Click here to download the Microeconomics teachers guide, College Edition

Volume 2: Teaching Tools for Macroeconomics, Government and International Trade from John Stossel College Edition
Length: 61 minutes DVD

Cost: $29.95
Click here to download the Macroeconomics teacher guide, College Edition

BUY BOTH VOLUMES AND SAVE! High School Edition Volumes 1&2 Save 17%

Cost: $49.95

BUY BOTH VOLUMES AND SAVE! College Edition Volumes 1&2 Save 17%

Cost: $49.95

To place an order via phone, please call 1-800-505-6139. Orders can also be mailed to:
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New Hudson, MI 48165

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