An interactive simulation in which each student plays the role of a company and a group of people, or a legislator in the government/central bank.
Provides educational and teaching resources including articles and role playing games focusing on the ethical aspect of economics.
This web site is a resource for instructors of economics Provides resources for using non-computerized economic experiments (games) in the classroom. Provides an annotated compilation of over 120 games.
Student resource containing notes and essays designed to aid in the study of economics at the secondary school and undergraduate level.
Describes macroeconomic experiments used in undergraduate and master's level education at Carnegie Mellon University and other universities. The purpose is to give students an understanding of the dynamic character of the economy of a nation.
Offers free workshops for high school educators and students. Site includes workshop dates, locations, and registration information, as well as resources, activities, and lesson plans for teaching economics.
Provides interactive tools for understanding the Solow model, AD-AS, business cycles, and other macroeconomic themes.
Illustrates macroeconomic principles (such as AD-AS model) with smoothly integrated interactive graphs created in Flash.
A downloadable computer game that allows you to take control of monetary policy in a virtual stochastic economy.
Provides Resources to High School Economics Teachers in New Zealand and Australia. Texts contain fun activities designed to enhance the teaching of key Economic concepts to students.