4 flashcard games with a total of 240 questions and answers covering all of Macroeconomics are now completed. These activities are mobile compatible so you can study on the go with a phone or table and prepare for your next Macroeconomics exam wherever you are.
I've spent the last few weeks learning to code in HTML5 so that new games and activities on this site can be played on mobile devices. My first two mobile compatible activities are a set 44 flashcards for Macroeconomics basics and a set of 81 flashcards for Macroeconomics AS/AD & Fiscal Policy. They cover vocab, math formulas, explanation points for FRQ's, and graphs. Take a look and hit the contact link to let me know what you think!
Over the last year, I've been assigning the flash review games on this site to my students as homework. I decided I needed a way to make sure they are actually completing them and create some accountability. I changed the final score page for every game so that it contains some important information (shown below) to help me verify student work. After playing the games, students submit a screenshot of the final score page in a google doc worksheet through google classroom. You can see an example in the link below.
If you have any other ideas for how teachers can use resources on this site in their classroom, please contact me in the link below! I hope to make a page featuring ideas for classroom use in the near future.
A new 20 question drag and drop quiz game has been added to the micro section of the site. This one covers rival vs non-rival and excludable vs non-excludable goods. Check it out and let me know what you think in the contact link at the bottom of the page.
Here is a run-down of public goods, the free rider problem as well as what rival vs non-rival goods and what excludable vs non-excludable goods are. I hope to have a game to practice sorting these different types of goods soon.
How does international trade and tariffs impact a perfectly competitive market? Review it here!
About the Author
Jacob Reed is an AP Economics teacher from Sacramento, California.