Below are a number of presentations from the paper and workshop sessions at the 2013 Developments in Economics Education conference.
If you presented at DEE and would also like to share your slides, please send them to Ashley so that she can upload them to this page.
- Erik Balder, Using economic concepts to advance in mathematics
- Ralf Becker, Lectures: what is class contact for?
- Ralf Becker, Making quant tutorials work! DOs and DON'Ts of classroom inversion
- Bill Bosshardt, Peter Davies, Ross Guest & David McCausland, The International Review of Economics Education
- Carlos Cortinhas, Is formative homework a total waste of time? An empirical study
- Peter Davies, Context and structure in conceptual change: students' understanding of price
- Martin Diedrich, Enhancing student learning through programme coherence
- Caroline Elliott & David Neal, Evaluating the benefits of lecture capture using a revealed preference approach
- Dean Garratt & Chris Lawton,'Employability' for economics students: using evidence of employer skills needs to inform delivery of a 3rd year employability module
- Gherardo Girardi & Luca Sandona, Do students wish to incorporate genuine sociality in the economics syllabus? Evidence from Italy and the UK
- Jon Guest, Classroom experiments
- Jon Guest & Robert Riegler, An analysis of the factors that determine the self-assessment skills of undergraduate economics students
- Mary Hedges, What determines students' choice of elective modules?
- Phil Hedges, Student choices of topic areas: what can we learn?
- Chris Jones & Matt Olczak, The impact of lecture capture on student performance
- Cornelia Junge, Group work as a means of developing graduate attributes at different levels of study
- Andres Liening & Ronald Kriedel, The Dortmunder entrepreneurship model
- Jacky Mallett, Threadneedle: a simulation framework for exploring the behaviour of banking systems
- John Maloney, Learning the history of economics
- Paul Middleditch & Will Moindrot, Interaction in lectures with mobile devices
- Jacob Nunoo & Benedict Afful, Economic literacy among tertiary students in Ghana: evidence from the University of Cape Coast
- Peter Smith, An economics curriculum for today's students
- Celeste Varum, Irina Silva & Vera Afreixo, Assessment and feedback
- Celeste Varum, Irina Silva & Vera Afreixo, Games, Experiments and Simulations
- Guglielmo Volpe, Notions of belonging among economics first year students
- David Wheat, Learning economics with dynamic modelling: an international collaboration
- Andrew Williams, Who still goes to lectures? (And does it matter?)
Who Should Attend?
Anyone interested in teaching economics at HE level (whether to economics or other students), especially:
- Lecturers in higher and further education
- Graduate teaching assistants
- Library and information staff
- Teaching support staff
- Staff developers