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Dec 1

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A Virtual Tour of the Labor Market: Preparing Students for Entry

Presenter: Tawni Ferrarini, Lindenwood University

In this personal finance webinar, from classrooms or electronic devices, take students on a tour of possibilities based on interests.

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Using Active Learning Techniques to Explore the Deficit Controversies

Presenter: Tawni Ferrarini, Lindenwood University

In this economics webinar, we will simulate activities that show how federal budget deficits and surpluses affect the national debt.

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Macroeconomics 302: Business Cycles- Recession vs. Depression

Presenter: Tawni Ferrarini, Lindenwood University

In this economics webinar, teachers will examine factors that influence levels of production, income, employment, and prices.

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Demand, Supply and Market Equilibrium: Using COVID19 and Current Events to Engage Students

Presenter: Tawni Ferrarini, Lindenwood University

In this personal finance webinar, we will discuss what is happening to buyers and sellers in a shared, unexpected economic climate.

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Personal Finance 104: Credit and Loans

Presenter: Tawni Ferrarini, Lindenwood University

In this personal finance webinar, teachers will learn about key personal finance concepts including credit and loans.

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The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP): Are the Presidential Candidates Telling the Whole Story?

Presenter: Tawni Ferrarini, Lindenwood University

In this activity, we will dig deeper into the Trans-Pacific Partnership. The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) or Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) is a trade agreement that opens the exports of U.S. producers to more countries around the world and imports from the rest of the world to U.S. consumers and producers. Expanded production, consumption, and investment opportunities emerge across globe.  So, why do politicians and economists disagree on the net effects?

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