|8:30am - 9:30am||Alex Tabarrok |
Why Online Education Works
Online education is disrupting higher education. Drawing on his experience at MRUniversity.com, Alex Tabarrok will explain the advantages of online education for communicating economic ideas.
|9:45am - 10:30am||Irene Foster|
Algebra I Assessment in a Principles of Economics Class
Warning! Graphic content
|10:30am - 10:45am||Tyler Watts|
A Rookie's Guide to Teaching Online
The future of higher-ed is here, and it's online. Tyler Watts provides insight and tips on best practices for online teaching based on his rookie year experience teaching Principles of Macroeconomics online.
|10:45am - 11:45am||Eric Chiang|
Adapting the Economic Principles Course for the Post- Millennial Generation
This session focuses on the learning outcomes of face-to-face versus online course delivery mechanisms, especially the growing popularity of lecture capture courses.
|12:00pm - 1:15pm||Jose Vazquez, Jennifer Imazeki, Solina Lindahl |
De-mystifying the Flipped Classroom: a Workshop
You may have heard the term but what exactly does it mean to flip your classroom and why would you want to do it? The panelists will discuss some of the whys and hows, based on their experiences flipping their own courses.
|1:30pm - 2:30pm||Justin Wolfers|
Teaching Useful Economics
"Teaching Useful Economics," is about demonstrating to our students that they can mobilize the key principles that animate economic reasoning to make better decisions in their personal and professional lives.
|2:45pm - 3:30pm||Technology Café|
|3:45pm - 5:15pm||Paul Krugman|
Still IS-LMing After All These Years
The good old IS-LM model of output and interest rates used to be a staple both of economics teaching and of policy analysis, yet became unfashionable in the mid 2000's. The 2008 crisis however, brought the model back into its own…