Teaching A Level Economics for non-Economists - Microeconomics

Teaching A Level Economics for non-Economists - Microeconomics

Teaching A Level Economics for non-Economists - Microeconomics

  • Product Code : NONECONMICRO
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  • £195.00

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Teaching  A Level Microeconomics for non-economists.

This new course is designed to support the increasing number of non-subject specialists delivering challenging A Level Economics specifications. This will help you to build confidence in your own subject knowledge and ability to break down complex concepts for your students.

This course is suitable for centres delivering AQA Economics, Edexcel Economics A and OCR Economics.

Understanding the key diagrams

·         How to construct and label

·         Price determination

·         A diagrammatic understanding of costs and revenues

·         Using diagrams to explain market structure

·         Using diagrams to underpin analysis and evaluation

·         Developing an understanding of market failure

 

These will be underpinned with empirical evidence

 

·         A case study approach

·         Supporting wider reading

·         Using a variety of contexts

Quantitative skills

·         The role of quantitative skills in the examinations

·         Confidence with elasticities

Attaining A* grades

A representative from the Bank of England will be available at lunch time to discuss their resources to support A Level Economics and their speakers for schools’ programme.

Delivered by assessment experts, teachers and highly experienced examiners Helen Coupland-Smith and Carlo Mencattelli.

10.30 - 15.30

16th October 2019


Price £195 + VAT

Hallam Conference Centre, 44 Hallam St, W1W 6JJ

We believe in keeping group sizes at a maximum of 30 to ensure it is a training event and not a conference giving you the best quality event.


Alternatively, give us a call on 01904 692924 or 07749 830 743 to reserve your place today.

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Venue:

Day One Start Date:

25/06/19

Day Two Start Date:

Day one

Start Time:

10.30

End Time:

15.30

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