EdPuzzle: Why Are Prices Going Up?

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Jan 10, 2022
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EdPuzzle Thursday, Economics, Budgeting

This week's EdPuzzle video from TwoCents titled "Why Are Prices Going Up?" highlights the issue of inflation. It explains what's behind the record increase in the prices of goods and services and why it's such a noticeable problem for consumers. Tune in to learn how you can handle this climate of increasing prices!

 

 

Interested in more EdPuzzle videos? Visit our Video Library and type in "EdPuzzle" into the search bar at the top to view the rest of our EdPuzzle videos! 

EdPuzzle is a great platform to test for knowledge while students watch a video and learn remotely. We will be releasing new EdPuzzle videos regularly here on the blog so that your students can answer questions that are directly embedded within engaging videos.

Note: You do NOT need to create an account to ACCESS EdPuzzle videos. But if you do create free teacher and student accounts, you will then be able to capture and save student responses. For more tips and tricks on how to best implement these videos in your classroom, check out NGPF Fellow James Redelsheimer’s blog post or Amanda Volz's Tech Tip video. If you would like more information, visit the EdPuzzle Teacher Support page!

 

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Want to dig deeper in economic principles? Check out our recently released ECON Collection with 24 activities like the brand NEW activity: What is the Consumer Price Index (CPI)?

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Learn some of the cognitive biases behind our financial decision making in our Behavioral Economics unit or in our virtual PD 5 in 50: Behavioral Economics on Jan. 18 @ 2pm PT / 5pm ET.

About the Author

Dan Rolando

Always enamored with learning, Dan’s parents affectionately nicknamed him “The Sponge” as a kid. After earning his Engineering Master’s from NC State University followed by six years of teaching, Dan joins NGPF to pursue his passion of inspiring financial capability in anyone who will listen. Having navigated seven years of higher education debt-free through scholarships, work, creative budgeting, and a whole lot of help, he recognizes the freedom that comes from financial independence and hopes to share that gift with others. In the (rare) times he’s not discussing finance, Dan enjoys running, reading, playing board games, spending time with his daughter, and being sous chef for his wife.