Why Teach Economics/Civics?

How can we encourage students to think critically about economic systems and government structures in today’s world? Arlyn Nisly encourages interactive teaching methods such as student-led current events discussions, economic simulations, and ethical debates to enhance student engagement and critical thinking. He emphasizes the significance of addressing real-world issues in the classroom, utilizing resources like specific textbooks and practical activities to make these subjects more relatable and meaningful for students, and fostering a deeper understanding of civics and economics beyond theoretical concepts.

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