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Ever thought of teaching consumer education?

Postby claudiamara on Wed Oct 18, 2017 7:54 am

We live in a consumer society. Consumption is an important part of our everyday life and uses up a significant proportion of our money and of our time.
Yet, for some, the term Consumer Education has a negative overtone - encouraging people to consume more. To the contrary, Consumer Education is about promoting an understanding of the structures and systems within the market.
Consumer Classroom (http://www.consumerclassroom.eu/) provides a means for teachers to learn about consumer education themselves and to pass this invaluable information onto their students through cross curricular projects. This website will help teachers to give their students everyday examples of how to be a better consumer through interactive and engaging lessons.
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