Summer is over and the school year starts again! In recent months, Eurostat has developed a number of innovative tools which can support teachers when explaining the European economy to their students.
Have a look at the following products:
Do you want to test the knowledge of your students in a fun way? Go to our interactive visualisation where you can guess the recent development of six different economic indicators:
Do you want to show the disparities of household income in Europe? Go to our interactive visualisation where you can see the income differences between households:
Do you want to explain the main changes in the European economy in the last 20 years? Have a look at our recent digital publication "The European economy since the start of the millennium" which contains easy explanatory texts and interactive visualisations:
Do you want to explain statistical concepts and economic vocabulary in a clear way?
Then go to "Statistics 4 Beginners" where statistics are explained in a very easy way, aimed at pupils in upper secondary education:
Do you want to explain how to calculate one inflation rate when there are so many different products and price changes? Maybe this video can help you:
Or if you want to explain what is included in GDP try this video:
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