High School Curriculum: Globalization, Robots, and You
In partnership with Marginal Revolution University
EGF partnered with Marginal Revolution University in 2019 to launch, “Globalization, Robots, and You.” This interactive five-day curriculum is designed to engage students—particularly in rural communities—on topics related to globalization, so they are equipped with information that will help them make informed decisions about their education and future careers. Topics covered include automation, creative destruction, the elephant graph, and more! Materials are free to any school, teacher, or homeschooling parent (curriculum has been adapted for virtual learning).
We Partnered with top education experts to develop interactive, engaging, and thought-provoking discussion prompts, research assignments, assessment questions, games, and videos.
Practical, forward-focused, and aligned with the teaching standards of eight high school subjects. Applicable to community college and university courses too!
High School Courses
- AP World History
- AP US History
- AP Geography
- AP Microeconomics
- AP Macroeconomics
- High School Economics
- Social Studies
- Personal Finance
- Principles of Microeconomics
- Principles of Macroeconomics
- Survey of Economics
Completely free and adapted to be taught 100% online in virtual classrooms during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
What Teachers are Saying:
“Globalization is a huge curriculum need. This fills the void.”-Michelle C., Indiana
“I liked the way the lessons ended up with the students examining their own college majors and career paths.”–Richard P., Sacramento
Outstanding videos and practice questions – nothing like it anywhere. This is reshaping how I teach and what I teach – I have shared it with my colleagues. Thank you for your forward-thinking approach to teaching.-Dave S., Canada
“I’ve found this new format (connecting video-homework-multiple choice, etc. in a ‘pill’ format). Absolutely terrific!-Mario S., Spain
I really enjoyed the curriculum as it made globalization real for the students.-Michael S., Nebraska