A full listing of the topics covered by our new series of study notes for A2 & IB economics students preparing for macroeconomics-related units is provided below.
Here is a full listing of our new study notes suitable for students preparing for A2 & IB economics exams focusing on micro or business economics.
I am hosting a series of short, free revision webinars in the run up to the May and June papers. The listing of webinars is shown below together with the link for each session which will each last between 15-30 minutes. I have also added links to the recordings of completed webinars which also include download links for the resources used in each webinar.
In this 30 revision webinar I explore the latest data evidence on the performance of the UK Economy and consider the key macro issues that students need to consider ahead of the upcoming exams.To support this video, I highly recommend that students make full use of these free study notes on macroeconomics topics.You should also follow tutor2u Economics on Twitter for updates ahead of the exams. You can also follow me on Twitter (@tutor2u_econ) here.
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.
Course Leaders: Ruth Tarrant & Paul BridgesBy attending this course, delegates will:Develop a deep understanding of the Assessment Objectives for A2 EconomicsBuild confidence in knowing ahead of time what the common student pitfalls and errors tend to beObtain teaching & learning resources that will help them to get started on their delivery of the courseDevelop knowledge of the key micro and macro topic areas for A2 EconomicsJoin a support network of "people in the same boat"This course is ideal for:Newly-qualified teachers about to start teaching A2 economicsExperienced teachers of other subjects who will be teaching A2 economics for the first timeRelatively new i.e. less than a year, teachers of A2 economicsTeachers who maybe haven't taught A2 economics for a long time!
Our popular Economics Teacher National Conference takes place on Monday 22 June 2015 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!Confirmed speaker line-up:Duncan Weldon - BBC Newsnight Economics Correspondent (Economic Policy after the Election)Sir Paul Collier, Oxford University - Where next for Development Economics?Adrian Woolridge (The Economist) - The Great DisruptionDavid Smith (Economics Editor of the Sunday Times) Prospects for the UK EconomyOur delegate prices are:Single Delegate - £175 per personDepartment Deal - £125 per person (for two or more colleagues attending from the same school or college)PGCE / NQT - £75 per person
Course Leaders: Ruth Tarrant & Paul BridgesBy attending this course, delegates will:Develop a deep understanding of the Assessment Objectives for AS EconomicsBuild confidence in knowing ahead of time what the common student pitfalls and errors tend to beObtain teaching & learning resources that will help them to get started on their delivery of the courseDevelop knowledge of the key micro and macro topic areas for AS EconomicsJoin a support network of "people in the same boat"This course is ideal for:Newly-qualified teachers about to start teaching AS economicsExperienced teachers of other subjects who will be teaching AS economics for the first timeRelatively new i.e. less than a year, teachers of AS economicsTeachers who maybe haven't taught AS economics for a long time!
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.
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