Teaching

Teaching is the most important and most rewarding part of my job.  Having studied at a liberal arts college, I value the close relationships with my students and the opportunity to guide and nurture their interests.  Facebook is a great tool for me to keep up with my students, especially after they have graduated and I always enjoying reading news, updates, emails and correspondence from them.

Teaching in economics has evolved considerably since I was an undergraduate in the ‘chalk and talk’ days.  From Power Points to economic experiments, online graphing and problem-solving tools and now to the flipped classroom – we’ve surely come a long way.  Keeping up with changes in the profession and learning new pedagogical techniques is what keeps teaching exciting and fresh, even after almost two decades.  I hope I’ve evolved and continue to do so, as much as the technology around me!!
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Fall ECO 2010 Principles of Microeconomics Every Syllabus 
Winter ECO 2020 Principles of Macroeconomics Every Syllabus 
Fall ECO 3041 Intermediate Macroeconomics Every Syllabus 
Winter ECO 3140 Development Economics Alternating Syllabus 
Winter ECO 3200 International Trade and Finance Alternating Syllabus 
Spring ECO/SOC 1935  Globalisation and Change: Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia  On Rotation  
Spring SSC 2930 Peru: Natural Resources and Regional Economic Development  On Rotation  
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