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Shifts in Supply or Demand Interactive Practice

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New interactive practice tool: Have your students test their knowledge on whether an event causes a shift in the demand curve or a shift in the supply curve. Perfect to use when you’re teaching equilibrium or just having your students review old concepts.


Try interactive practice paired with videos,
bellringers, and more in our Finding Equilibrium: Supply meets Demand Unit Plan!


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Academic Level

High School or University

Mary Clare Peate
Director of Curriculum

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Paul Johnson's picture

This is great! Such an easy tool for teaching. No signing up, etc etc.. Hope you create more.

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