Degrees and Certifications:
BA is Secondary ED. Psychology and Economics From Indiana University in 2014
NOVEMBER 16TH-20TH ASSIGNMENTS FOR MY FACE TO FACE STUDENTS.
My name is Mr. Trivett, this is my second year at Glenn Hills, and this first semester I am teaching all Economics, and Spring Semester is Financial Literacy. With this school year being different from any school year any of us has been through, open and constant communication is key for the success of the students. My contact information is below. I will respond quickly to any messages during office hours. If you contact me after office hours I will respond asap although if I don’t the next business morning would be the latest.
Phone: (706) 796-4924
The best way to get updates daily and contact me on short notice is by joining my remind classes. Each period has a code to enter. Each class will be Titled (Econ, Class Period, F2F or Online depending if it is a face to face or online class)
Remind Codes: Text your class code to 81010 on your phone to join the class.
1st Period= h6gfb4 (Econ 1st period F2F)
2nd Period= 3279f6 (Econ 2nd period F2F)
3rd Period= 2c433g (Econ 3rd period F2F)
4th period= 3bake7 (Econ 4th period Online)
5th period= 9674db (Econ 5th period Online)
6th period= hg327k (Econ 6th Period Online)
7th period= econ7thper (Econ 7th period F2F)
My office hours are
To make things easier for everyone, whether you are enrolled in an online course or Face to Face all the work and assignments/ lectures/notes and study guides will all be on canvas. That way if we have to switch to all online the switch is easy and when we finally get back to everyone face to face I will still be using Canvas as our primary platform for the courses.
The canvas courses will be published between September 1st and September 3rd. If your canvas course is not visible on your canvas dashboard by September 3rd contact me so we can get you enrolled in the right canvas class.
First 9 Weeks
Unit 0- Review, preview, get brains ready to learn from all the off time. See where the students are and where we need to go.
Unit 1- Fundamental of Economics
Explain why limited productive resources and unlimited wants result in scarcity, opportunity cost and tradeoffs for individuals, businesses and governments; how rational decision making entails comparing the marginal benefits and the marginal costs of an action, explain how specialization and voluntary exchange between buyers and sellers increase the satisfaction of both parties, compare and contrast different economic systems, and explain how they answer the three basic economic questions of what to produce, how to produce and for whom to produce, and describe roles of government in a market economy.
Unit 2- Microeconomics
Describe how households, businesses, and governments are interdependent and interact through flow of goods, services, and money, explain the Law of Demand, the Law of Supply, prices, and profits work to determine production and distribution in a market economy, explain the organization and role of business and analyze the four types of market structures in the U.S. economy
Second 9 Weeks
Unit 3- Macroeconomics:
Explain that overall levels of income, employment and prices are determined by the spending and production decision of households, business, government and net exports, define Gross Domestic Product (GDP), economic growth, unemployment, Consumer Price Index (CPI), inflation, stagflation and aggregate supply and aggregate demand, explain how economic growth, inflation and unemployment are calculated, identify structural, cyclical and frictional unemployment.
Unit 4- International Economy
Explain how changes in exchange rates can impact the purchasing power of individuals in the United States and in other countries, will explain why individuals, businesses and governments trade goods and services, explain why countries sometimes erect trade barriers and sometimes advocate free trade.
Unit 5- Personal Finance
Apply rational decision making to personal spending and saving choices, explain that banks and other financial institutions are businesses that channel funds from savers to investors, explain how changes in monetary and fiscal policy can have an impact on an individual’s spending and saving choices, evaluate the costs and benefits of using credit, describe how insurance and other risk-management strategies protect against financial loss, describe how the earnings of workers are determined in the marketplace.