Dimitra Petropoulou

Supporting International Students of Economics in UK Higher Education

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Margarida Dolan, International Consultant

Edited by
Dimitra Petropoulou, University of Surrey
Published December 2012


I am indebted to the support of the following people, without whom it would have been impossible to gather the insights shared in this chapter: Dr Michael Arghyrou, Dr Harminder Battu, Dr Alvin Birdi, Ms Angela Joyce, Mr Iain Long, Dr David McCausland, Ms Susan McCourt, Professor Kent Matthews, Professor Euan Phimister, Dr John Skåtun, Dr Alison Smart and Dr Alexandros Zangelidis. Special thanks to Dr Inna Pomorina for initiating this project and for her enthusiasm.

GTA Workshops 2011

One Day Workshops for Economics Postgraduate Teaching Assistants/ Tutors

The Economics Network is pleased to announce its Autumn workshop series. The workshops complement any generic-based institutional training delegates might receive (and in some institutions exempts attendees from parts of such training) and are facilitated by experienced economics lecturers.

The workshops are specifically designed to meet the needs of Economics Postgraduate Teaching Assistants/Tutors (GTA’s) with a focus on small-group classes, tutorials, seminars and workshops.

The Handbook for Economics Teaching Assistants

Dr Kate Exley and Dr Liz Barnett, Teaching and Learning Centre, London School of Economics and Political Science. From "LSE Handbook for Graduate Teaching Assistants", adapted for the Economics Network by Dr Martin Poulter (Economics Network), Dr Inna Pomorina (Economics Network), Dr Dimitra Petropoulou (Surrey). Adapted version published May 2006.
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Motivating Students in Small Classes

Dimitra Petropoulou, London School of Economics and Political Science
Contact: Dimitra Petropoulou
London School of Economics and Political Science
Published October 2001

[This case study describes the methods and the problems encountered in the teaching for which Ms Petropoulou has twice been awarded the LSE Economics Teaching Prize.]