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Economics -- Study and Teaching -- Higher Education

The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is teaching economics.


Six Superlative Sources

· William E. Becker and Michael Watts, editors. (1998) Teaching economics to undergraduates: alternatives to chalk and talk. Cheltenham, UK, and Northampton, MA: Elgar, 274 p.

· Phillip Saunders and William B. Walstad. (1990) The Principles of economics course: a handbook for instructors. New York: McGraw-Hill, 298 p.

· Becker, William E. (1997) "Teaching economics to undergraduates," Journal of Economic Literature. Vol. XXXV, No. 3, (Sept) pp. 1347-1373. Article review and critique of the literature concerned with how undergraduate economics courses are being taught and reviews research on how it can be improved.

· EcEdWeb has online economics lessons ready for K-12 teachers to use, ideas for using the web to teach economics, and links to hundreds of online economics resources useful for teachers and students.

· EconomicsAmerica has innovative online lessons, the national K-12 economics standards, and resources from the National Council of Economic Education.

· Journal of Economic Education has abstracts of all articles since 1984 and full text of articles starting with Winter, 1998.

Other Excellent Sources

· Research in Economic Education Database--searchable comprehensive index of economic education papers and books.

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