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U.S. labor force participation: a jigsaw exercise part of Teaching Methods:Team-Based Learning:Activities
Working first in expert teams, then returning to their base teams, students explore reasons for changes in U.S. labor force participation for men, women, younger workers, older workers, Hispanics and ...

Ana Maria Ichim part of Teaching Methods:Team-Based Learning:Project Participants
Assistant Professor Missouri University of Science and Technology 108 Harris Hall Rolla, Missouri, 65409 ichima@mst.edu Phone:(573) 341-4827 Background Information PhD in Economics, Louisiana State University, ...

Should your restaurant shut down? part of Teaching Methods:Team-Based Learning:Activities
Acting as a restaurant owner students use data on fixed and variables costs, including an unspecified implicit cost of owner's time, to determine if the restaurant should stay open over the weekend before ...

Natalia V. Smirnova part of Teaching Methods:Team-Based Learning:Project Participants
Assistant Professor In Residence 18 Undermountain Road, Salisbury CT 06068 Natalia.Smirnova@uconn.edu Phone:9142603359 Background Information Dr. Smirnova is a member of the Economics faculty at the University of ...

TBL Post-CTREE Workshop Participants 2019 part of Teaching Methods:Team-Based Learning
Nisha Aroskar Baton Rouge Community College Rosario Basay Bristol Community College Tanya Downing Cuesta College Bill Goffe - Penn State University Richard John Gosselin Houston Community College Ana Ichim Missouri ...

Aggregate Supply and Demand Selfies: Active Learning with Photo Submission part of Economics in Two-Year Colleges:Activities
In the classroom, students investigate shifts in aggregate supply and demand model. They work in groups to create large scale diagrams. Students submit photos of the impact different events have on the macroeconomy.

Using FLIPGRID in Your Online Classroom part of Economics in Two-Year Colleges:Activities
Using Flipgrid in the classroom.

Should a merger be approved in US ice cream market? part of Teaching Methods:Team-Based Learning:Activities
Given data on the US ice cream market (for premium and all store-bought ice cream) teams evaluate a proposed merger between Nestle and Dreyers.

Pricing at Panamint Valley Gas: A contestable monopoly part of Teaching Methods:Team-Based Learning:Activities
Teams use cost and revenue data to determine the best price for a contestable monopoly, a gas station in Panamint Valley, California, 50 miles from the nearest gas station.

Elasticity and tax incidence part of Teaching Methods:Team-Based Learning:Activities
This is a two part application exercise. In the first part groups estimate the impact of a property tax on an individual's rent. In the second part groups analyze the impact of a sugar tax on the price of soft ...

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