Inspirations by others

Inspirations on Economic Literacy and Teaching Economics

Papers and academic articles

–    Ahmet Ferda Cakmak, Serkan Benk, Tamer Budak, Recep Yucedogru (2015) A Study on Economic Literacy Levels of Primary Prospective Teachers, International Journal of Early Childhood Learning, 22(2):1 DOI: 10.18848/2327-7939/CGP/v22i02/48437

–    Becker W. E. (2004) Economics For a Higher Education, SSRN Electronic Journal DOI: 10.2139/ssrn.601503

–    Becker W. E. and Watts M. (2001) Teaching Economics at the Start of the 21st Century: Still Chalk-and-Talk, American Economic Review , DOI: 10.1257/aer.91.2.446

–    Elliott C. (2003) Using a Personal Response System in Economics Teaching, International Review of Economics Education, Vol. 1 (1), pp. 80-86, DOI: 10.1016/S1477-3880(15)30213-9

–    Hansen W. L., Salemi M. K. and Siegfried J. J. (2001) Use It or Lose It: Teaching Literacy in the Economics Principles Course,

–    James Mahar and Rodney Paul (2010) Using Sports to Teach Finance and Economics, Juornal of Economics and Finance Education, 9(2)

–    Kish-Goodling, Donna M (1998) Using The Merchant of Venice in teaching monetary economics, Journal of Economic Education, 29 (4) pg. 330

–    Luccasen R. A. and M. Kathleen Thomas (2010) Simpsonomics: Teaching Economics Using Episodes of The Simpsons, The Journal of Economic Education 41 (2), 136–149

–    Ludlow, L. H. et al. (2012) Development of the Teaching Economic Literacy: Confidence and Anxiety (TELCA) Instrument, The International Journal of Educational and Psychological Assessment, Vol. 9(2)

–    McKimm J. and Jollie C. (2007) Facilitating learning: Teaching and learning Methods,

–    Reimann N. (2004) First-year Teaching-Learning Environments in Economics, International Review of Economics Education 3(1):9-38 DOI: 10.1016/S1477-3880(15)30147-X

–    Shahida Sajjad, Effective teaching methods at higher education level,

–    UNESCO (1999) The Economics and Financing of Adult Learning Report of CONFINTEA V,

–    Walstad W. B. and S. Allgood (1999) What do college seniors know about economics? American Economic Review, 89, 350-354,

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