Review of "Teaching Innovations in Economics: Strategies and Innovations for Interactive Instruction" (Edited by Michael K. Salemi and William B. Walstad)
Teaching Innovations in Economics is one result of a series of workshops, online training, and support for scholarly work organised by two economists prominent in the field of economic education, Michael Salemi and William Walstad. The 30 contributors to this volume were active in a National Science Foundation funded Teaching Innovations Program, either as workshop organisers or participants. The workshop programme was intended to encourage economists to investigate, adopt and disseminate new teaching techniques. The book continues this mission.
Volume (Year): 10 (2011)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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