Description: This course will introduce the student to general economic thought, including the difference between classical and modern economics with an emphasis on the classical approach. Students will be introduced to the basic human principles of economics as well as to the great economic thinkers. Students will need to devote approximately 45-60 minutes per day for this class. The grade is based on attendance and participation, quizzes, and an essay. This class is worth a 1/2 a high school credit in Economics or as an Elective.
Grade Level: 10-12 (ages 15-18)
Required Materials: Basic Economics by Thomas Sowell and Economics for Helen by Hilaire Belloc. While students will receive access to a free digital version of Economics for Helen on their course page, students can also purchase a hard copy of the book here. Students will also need a USB headset microphone (built-in microphones also work).
|Economics A Fall 2023||Alexander Hanson||W||11:20 - 12:50 PM ET||9/11/2023-1/26/2024||-1||$295.00|
|Economics B Fall 2023||Jared Lovell||T||3:30 - 5:00 PM ET||9/11/2023-1/26/2024||2||$295.00|
|Economics B Spring 2024||Gregory Teal||Th||9:40 - 11:10 AM ET||1/29/2024-5/31/2024||-1||$295.00|
|Economics C Fall 2023||Greg Teal||W||1:00 - 2:30 PM ET||9/11/2023-1/26/2024||0||$295.00|
|Economics C Spring 2024||Jared Lovell||T||3:30 - 5:00 PM ET||1/29/2024-5/31/2024||7||$295.00|