Historical events can be understood from a myriad of perspectives. Economic Episodes in Canadian History applies an economic lens to important events in Canada’s formative history - from the fur trade to the World War I and II, to help students better understand these events and hone their critical thinking skills.
These day-long programs provide you with the tools you need to teach economics in the classroom. At each workshop, you’ll see presentations by economics experts, actively participate in classroom activities, and take home a wealth of resources, including detailed lesson plans, activity outlines, and readings. Our teacher workshops are held multiple times a year in cities across Canada.