VOTE: The Environment—September 9, 2017
Tucson • September 9th, 2017
Teachers, help your students learn about the economics of pollution, environment, and the role of regulation.
This workshop is one of eight you may take in any sequence to expand your understanding of economic issues in public discourse and to become more knowledgeable and articulate about economic issues yourself.
The VOTE series is recommended for middle and high school teachers of social studies, history, government, civics, business, economics, science, and language arts.
All VOTE workshops are taught by Amy S. Cramer, Ph.D.
Full-Time Instructor of Economics at Pima Community College
Dr. Cramer’s workshop will include:
- Lessons on Negative Externalities
- Focus on the role of Cost-Benefit Analysis
- Discussion of conservative, liberal and radical traditions in modern policy discourse
- Modeling of student activities for immediate use in your classroom