29 episodes

These podcasts help teachers with teaching students to function effectively as consumers, savers, investors, entrepreneurs, and active citizens. Students learn how economies and markets operate and how the United States’ economy is interconnected with the global economy. On a personal level, students learn that their own human capital (knowledge and skills) is their most valuable resource.

Economics and Personal Finance Virginia Department of Education

    • Business
    • 3.9, 41 Ratings

These podcasts help teachers with teaching students to function effectively as consumers, savers, investors, entrepreneurs, and active citizens. Students learn how economies and markets operate and how the United States’ economy is interconnected with the global economy. On a personal level, students learn that their own human capital (knowledge and skills) is their most valuable resource.

Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5
41 Ratings

41 Ratings

WiseOwl95 ,

Simple

Wonderful. The lady that teaches this course knows what she is talking about, and she conveys the teaching clearly and so simply(but not too simple with over explaining) that this makes it the most understanding. I have looked at other economics courses and tried to listen to them, but they just got me more confused, this one is completely different. I definitly recommend this. the bad point, at some points the recording gets low then really high. and there is no video, but one can definitely overlook the video. ^_^

JeezeLuis ,

Good

It's clear and understandable. Love how the spokespersen knows what she's talking about, thus makes it sound clean and professional. Most other audios are low quality and have boring spokespersons.

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