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EconEdLink: Improving on the Original

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Opportunities for economic education, especially in elementary and middle school, are often limited. This website combines scientific innovation and marketing prowess to help your students understand the importance of invention and innovation in economic life. The lesson lays out the task, process, and and conclusion in identifying ways of improving on products and getting them to market. There is even an assessment tool to see what your students have learned.

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