This two-day workshop, run by the CORE project and Economics Network, will focus on effective and innovative teaching of economics using the CORE texts (The Economy, Economy, Society, and Public Policy and Doing Economics), and their associated teaching and learning resources. It will introduce participants to the rationale behind the content and pedagogy of CORE and offer practical tips on designing and teaching a course based on these texts. The workshop facilitators will include authors of the CORE texts, experienced educators and a Royal Shakespeare Company trained actor.
Sessions will include:
The workshop is designed for:
Places on this workshop are limited so we encourage you to register early. There is a registration fee of £30 for the event, dinner on 18th June is included. We do not have sufficient funding to support accommodation and travel costs for all participants but will attempt to provide at least partial support if meeting these costs would cause hardship. Please write to Ashley Lait ([email protected]) with an estimate of the costs.
Here is the programme. The event will begin at 9am on Monday 18th and end by 4.30pm on Tuesday 19th June.
If you have any questions regarding the workshop, please contact Ashley Lait at the Economics Network ([email protected]).