We explore a range of issues in economic education. BEA economists think critically about their own teaching, which is informed by research.
Main research and consultancy interests
- Exploring the goals of education and their implications
- Understanding student motivation and behaviour
- Developing critical pluralist teaching material
- Evaluating aspects of educator practice
- Why do students do economics? - Don Webber
- Student attendance drivers – Artjoms Ivlevs, Don Webber
- Integration of sustainability into the economics curriculum
Peter Bradley, Anthony Plumridge
- Evaluating pluralist economics curricula – Yannis Dafermos,
- Re-teaching economics project – Daniela
- Using new technologies in teaching practice – Artjoms Ivlevs
We are committed to spreading good practice in economic education and to developing innovative teaching materials, for the classroom and for the web. Contact us to explore these possibilities further.