This edited volume contains a collection of essays that reflect a broad area of economic education inquiry ranging from teaching assessment to the philosophy of the classroom. Written by economics scholars from across the nation, this volume presents recent discoveries in presentation, assessment, and other aspects of economic education at colleges and universities in the U.S. These articles represent but a sample of the growing commentary among academics on the importance of effective teaching and economic education scholarship.Essays on Economic Education Franklin Mixon Jr. 10. Bracketology. 101. Using Sports to Apply Probabilistic Concepts from Elementary Econometrics FRANKLIN G. MIXON, JR. ... Its importance can be seen with the recent introduction of a new periodical dedicated to the subjectaThe Economics of Sportsaas well as theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Shaping the Learning Curve|
|Author||:||Franklin Mixon Jr.|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2005-01|