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!!
|Term||Course Number||Course Title||Year||Syllabus (PDF)|
|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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