School students are now invited to choose one of the topics below to write an essay of between 1,000 to 2,500 words, on one of the subjects set by the RES judging panel, calling on key elements of their A Level or International Baccalaureate courses, examples from the world around them and imaginative discussion.
There are sizeable political barriers in the way of this proposal - but Obama's plans for a tax on the profits of US firms stashed overseas at least deserves some scrutiny.
Our popular Economics Teacher National Conference takes place on Monday 22 June 2014 at the superb Wellcome Collection Auditorium on Euston Road in Central London.This is the leading enrichment CPD event for Economics teachers in the UK and always attracts a good number of teaching colleagues from further afield too!
This course focuses solely on teaching & learning resources and approaches to delivering the wider range of quantitative methods contained in the new A Level and AS Level specifications. We've put together a comprehensive collection of teaching materials that will help accelerate your planning and preparation for the extended QM elements for A Level Economics.
From bond yields to coupons; from the PRA to the FCA. The new A Level Economics specifications from Sept 2015 include more substantial coverage of financial markets. This resource-packed CPD course will help you quickly get up to speed with the new teaching content and provide you with lesson resources you can use straightaway.
WOW! Economics 2015 builds on the phenomenal success of the previous two years with yet another resource-packed day designed to provide teaching colleagues with effective and innovative teaching & learning materials. The feedback on WOW! Economics 2015 has once again been stunning - join Jonny, Bob, Nikki, Ruth, Penny and the tutor2u Economics team for this terrific CPD course.