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Teaching Support

Junior Achievement of Hawaii

Description: Junior Achievement (JA) pairs teachers with volunteer presenters to deliver Economics and Entrepreneurship-related classes in-person, virtual, or blended formats, and/or will provide training for teachers to deliver these classes themselves. Provision of a volunteer to teach each class is provided free of charge. Call or Email Junior Achievement of Hawaii for more information or to schedule a volunteer to come teach your classes.

For further details about JA Hawaii programs please see this YouTube video from ThinkTech Hawaii.

Date: On Demand

Details: hawaii.ja.org

Foundation for Economic Education in the Classroom

Description: Ease your teaching schedule by booking one of the Foundation for Economic Education's (FEE) popular virtual classes for high school students in Economics, Personal Finance, Entrepreneurial Thinking, Civics, and History - including the American Revolution and the New Nation (1776-1800), The Early American Republic (1800-1850), The Civil War Era (1850-1876), or choose your own social studies-related topic that FEE will tailor to your specific needs -  taught by FEE professors. Minimum class size for virtual seminars is 25 students.

Date: On Demand

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