Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Spring Edition of the Teaching Economist Now Available!




New Edition Now Available

For over 20 years, economist and master teacher, Will McEachern, has been writing and editing the Teaching Economist newsletter. Here is the Spring edition which can be accessed electronically HERE

When you open the electronic version, there is also a brief video of Will discussing the idea of the Teaching Economist.


Thursday, April 18, 2013

OMG! THEY ARE DOING IT AGAIN!



Economics Best in Class
Calling all Economist Educators
Last year Alan Grant from Baker University was awarded the first annual Economist Educators Best in Class Teaching Award.
     He won $2,000.
     His Chair was almost as excited because his department also received $1,500!
     Alan also received a trip to the National Economics Teaching Association, Cengage Learning Conference to present his winning entry.

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS!




As Promised, Here is the Call for Submissions. 

The 9th Annual Economics Teaching Conference sponsored by the National Economics Teaching Association and Cengage Learning will be Thursday and Friday, October 24 and 25th in Downtown Austin, TX and will bring together the most creative Economist Educators in the land as well as some of the most interesting keynote speakers from economics and education.

Note that all submissions for presentation are peer reviewed and accepted by NETA, not Cengage Learning. There is a 'Rolling' acceptance procedure, so the earlier you submit, the better chance you have!

Have You Taken Advantage of the Super Low
'Pre-EarlyBird Special' price for the conference?

Registration for what has become the Premier Economic Teaching Conference in the country is now open! You can register right HERE







Thursday, April 4, 2013

Demonstrating the Possibilities


Market Development Manager, John Carey, does a MindTap demonstration for instructors. Pretty cool (MindTap, not John!)

HERE IS THE LINK

If anything was possible, what would your course look like? Indeed!

There is also a  recent White Paper about MindTap which can be accessed HERE