Theory of the Firm can be tough to teach under normal circumstances. Helping students grasp these concepts while they are learning remotely makes it even tougher. How can we simplify the process for them and how can we best deliver the content in an engaging way? This webinar aims to provide practical insights and suggestions to help you do just that.
By the end of it, we will have:
– Identified key principles to guide our teaching through this unit.
– Explored some useful online platforms to help us increase our students’ engagement.
– Discussed different formative and summative assessment options while in lockdown. It is more important than ever to keep the feedback loop going.
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About the host: Steve Vorster
Steve Vorster has been teaching IBDP Economics for ten years. Until recently, he was the Head of Economics at United World College of South East Asia (Dover Campus) in Singapore. With a combined cohort of 300 DP Economic students, Steve managed a teaching team of ten teachers who worked incredibly hard to continuously improve student engagement and attainment. He has also been an Examiner for Paper 2 and Paper 3. After 8 years in Singapore, Steve recently moved to Bucharest in Romania where he continues to teach Diploma Economics and (when not in lockdown) fulfill his passions for snowboarding and mountain trekking.