2021 AP Teacher Resources 

My updated teacher resources are 100% aligned to the new College Board curriculum and contain everything you need to teach AP Macroeconomics, AP Microeconomics, and AP US Government and Politics.They include PowerPoints, assignments, problem sets, multiple choice questions, activities, and my Skill-Building Boot Camp Program.

*NOTE* The Teacher Resources do not come with worksheets. All worksheets are sold separately.

Questions? See Frequently Asked Questions below or e-mail info@acdcleadership.com

2021 Standard Economics Teacher Resources 

My new standard teacher resources include PowerPoints, multiple choice questions, activities, teaching tips, and more. They have everything you need to teach standard economics. Click here to see course content

     Unit 1: Basic Economic Concepts

     Unit 2: Microeconomics

     Unit 3: Labor Markets and Personal Finance

     Unit 4: Macroeconomics

     Unit 5: The Global Economy

*Note* These teacher resources do not come with worksheets or Nearpods.

Questions? See FAQs below or e-mail info@acdcleadership.com

Teacher Resources Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

1. Do the teacher resources come with worksheets or the Ultimate Review Packet?

No. The teacher resources, worksheets, and Ultimate Review Packet are all different products and are sold separately.

2. How many teachers can use the teacher resources? 

The resources are sold with a one-per-teacher license. Please do not order one and distribute it to multiple teachers.  

3. Do I need an annual license to use the teacher resources?

Unlike the worksheets or Ultimate Review Packet, you do not need a annual license to use the teacher resources . When you buy them, you can use them for your entire teaching career. 

4. How do I pay? 

You can pay online through this website or submit a school purchase order via e-mail (info@acdcleadership.com) 

5. Can I get access to the resources while my school is processing my order?

Yes. I will give you access to the resources once your school agrees to pay. 

6. How do I receive the resources?

The resources are 100% digital. Once you place an order you will receive an email with instructions and the download link. 

7. How different are the 2021 teacher resources from the 2018 version?

The 2021 updated resources are aligned to the new curriculum. The units and PowerPoints are organized by topic and several concepts have been added.

8. Is there any way to get the teacher resources for free? 

Yes. You get the resources if you attend one of my teacher workshops

9. Are the teacher resources worth it? 

Yes. Ask around. 

AP Economics Course Changes:
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