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There are many economics teachers who seek and find room within the existing frameworks to include topics such as true pricing, circular economy or broad welfare in their economics lessons.

These teachers take the stage during Economy Education Week to share their experience. On this page you will see what activities are taking place during Economics Education Week, and find inspiration for future-oriented economics education in your classes.

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View the list of activities for economics education professionals in secondary schools here:
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Inspiration

Find inspiration for enriching high school economics education here:
During Economics Education Week 2023, fourth-year Economics Teacher Education students Eva Koot and Dirk Ridder organized the World Trade Game workshop. How do these two economics teachers of the future think...
As part of the Week of Economics Education, Govert Buijs speaks to Emeritus Professor of Economics Lans Bovenberg. According to him, the image of man as homo economicus has done more harm...
Nice article that appeared on MaatschapWij as part of Economics Education Week. In the article, economics teacher Bastiaan van der Broek is clear: economics education is undergoing a...
Nice article that appeared on MaatschapWij as part of Economics Education Week. The article is a plea for more diversity of economic thinking in classrooms and lecture halls....
The September issue of the professional magazine From 12 to 18 published an article in response to Economics Education Week. In the article, Mathijs Nicolai (economics teacher at...
As part of Circular Economy Week, this circular economy inspiration handbook for secondary schools was published. It contains links to videos, documentaries, quiz material, challenges and assignments, which vo teachers...
The Devil's Avocado is a short feature film that portrays the impact of three generations of entrepreneurs' business practices on the climate and local communities. The film...
On Friday, March 10, Lans Bovenberg took his leave as professor at Tilburg University. He did so by delivering his farewell address entitled "Citizenship and sustainability in economics education: about...
Future-oriented economics education is alive, but looking for fulfillment From November 14 to 18, the first edition of the Week of Economics Education took place. This week of, for and...
Economic Education Innovation Foundation (SIEO) wants to change the subject of economics in high schools so that students learn what economics is essentially about: relationships, cooperation and mutual interest. To this end,...
In the September issue of the Journal of Economic Education, an article appeared on the occasion of Economics Education Week. The article is a plea for redesigning...
The Journal of Economic Education shows how Repair Cafe, Earth Pear and Clean Clothes Campaign contribute to solving social problems. This provides inspiration for incorporating into secondary school economics classes...
Article from the Journal of Economic Education in response to the report 'Economics of Biodiversity: The Dasgupta Review'. With concrete suggestions to integrate concepts from the final exam program VO by a...
A book or publication with new economic insights appears regularly. How do you incorporate all these insights into your teaching materials? ONE and Day for Change have developed lesson plans!...
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