A Critical Review of Learning from the Market: Integrating The Stock Market Game across the Curriculum
Learning from the Market: Integrating The Stock Market Game across the Curriculum is a guide for teachers of economics, mathematics, social studies, and language arts in grades 4 to 12. The author believes that Learning from the Market suffers from errors of fact and omission that seriously detract from its usefulness as a guide to the stock market and the economy. He suggests corrections and alternative activities that will enable instructors to continue to use the guide in conjunction with ever-popular stock market simulations.
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Volume (Year): 33 (2002)
Issue (Month): 1 (January)
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