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Monday 11 - Tuesday 12 July 2005
The University of Sydney

Hosted by the Discipline of Economics at The University of Sydney, Australia, this conference brought together researchers and practitioners with a shared interest in innovative teaching strategies to promote engaged student learning in economics. The conference theme encompassed, but was not limited to, the following areas as they pertain to teaching and learning in economics and related disciplines at the tertiary level:

Innovation in:
  • Pedagogy
  • Curriculum and program design
  • Information and communications technology
  • Scholarship of teaching and research-led teaching
  • Assessment and evaluation
  • International education
  • Staff development


Student engagement through:
  • Critical thinking
  • Case-based learning
  • Experiments and simulations
  • Active and experiential learning
  • Flexible, online, distance and blended learning
  • Collaborative and peer-supported learning

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 12 of 12
PreviewIssue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2005Lessons to be learned from using Gertner’s game of Cournot oligopoly in the classroomVoola, Jo; Giles, Margaret
2005Economics students’ perceptions of their learning contextTang, Tommy; Robinson, Tim
2005Teaching political economy: Curriculum and pedagogyStilwell, Frank
2005Multimodal design for hybrid learning materials in a second-level economics courseSankey, Michael; St Hill, Rod
2005The double paradox of elementary economics educationPol, Eduardo; Carroll, Peter
2005Cheap, dirty (and effective) in-class experimentsMartin, Richard
2005Approaches to economics educationJackson, Michael; Ross, Russell
2005Introductory microeconomics students’ perceptions of the effectiveness of a collaborative learning methodGleeson, Anne; McDonald, John; Williams, Joe
2005Securing participation: Experiments in a one-day introduction to economicsGeller, Chris
2005Promoting interactive in-class learning environments: A comparison of an electronic response system with a traditional alternativeFreeman, Mark; Blayney, Paul
2005Notes toward a simplified pedagogy of oligopoly theoryCheung, Stephen L.
2005An introduction to eRoadmapping: Providing learning paths for students and empowering teachersCarr, Rodney; Graham, Mary; Hellier, Phil; Scarborough, Helen
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 12 of 12