Magazine article Teaching Business & Economics

Message from the Editor Gareth Taylor

Magazine article Teaching Business & Economics

Message from the Editor Gareth Taylor

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Welcome to latest issue of Teaching Business and Economics as the end of another hectic, challenging and I hope rewarding academic year approaches.

One of the characteristics of EBEA members, if you will forgive the flattery, is our desire to continuously improve the teaching and learning experience we provide - year after year. As you begin therefore to think about what you will be doing differently next year I hope this issue will help you to reflect on your current practice and plan for an even more effective 2015/16.

In this issue we continue to focus on best approaches to the new A level specifications and on new topics included - both in terms of content and teaching ideas. Polly Clegg shares ideas, based on the latest research, on how to use testing more effectively in the learning and revision process rather than simply as a means of assessment. Return to first principles with Dianne Lloyd as she reviews the latest theories of learning and considers how they should inform lesson planning. Finally take some time over the summer to consider some of the resource ideas covered from videos and digital learning ideas to new textbooks. …

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