Economic Principles focuses on both microeconomic and macroeconomic
principles including systems and structures, supply and demand, market
influences, the global market, and decision making related to economic factors.
This course is designed for students wanting to learn more about how the
economy impacts their personal and business decisions at a local, national, and
global level. Students will learn more about their role in the economy and how
economic conditions affect short- and long-term decision making.
Since everyone is a participant in our economic system, all students would
benefit from taking this course. It is also an excellent course for students
interested in pursuing post-secondary studies in the area of business,
accounting, or economics.
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StartLO 1.1: Demonstrate critical, creative, and innovative thinking.
StartSLO 12B.1.1.1: Formulate questions to generate new ideas.
StartSLO 12B.1.1.2: Evaluate information and perspectives related to the thinking process.
StartSLO 12B.1.1.3: Evaluate patterns and connections related to critical, creative, and innovative thinking.
StartGLO 2.1: Employ current and emerging technologies used in business and industry
StartSLO 12B.2.1.1: Evaluate appropriate current technologies for use in business and industry.
StartSLO 12B.2.1.2: Utilize appropriate current technologies used in business and industry.
StartSLO 12B.2.1.3: Identify and use technology for specific tasks to improve productivity and efficiency.
StartSLO 12B.2.1.4: Evaluate the utility of emerging trends in technology
StartGLO 2.2: Demonstrate awareness of digital footprints.
StartSLO 12B.2.2.1: Analyze the impact of one’s own digital footprint.