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Preparing Graduate Students to excel in the classroom and as job candidates

The Science of Learning for Economics

Module 1: Why the Science of Learning Matters

Module 2: Understanding Information Processing

Module 3: Understanding Cognitive Load

Module 4: Schema Formation as the Foundation for Understanding

Getting Ready to Teach Your First Economics Class: Preparation
Best Practices for Course Design

Module 1: Backwards Design for Learning

Module 2: Organization of Content

Module 3: Selection of Learning Materials

Module 4: Designing Assessments

Best Practices for Syllabus Design

Module 1: Designing a Student-Centered Syllabus

Module 2: Flexibility, Fairness, and Firmness

Module 3: Expectations and Assumptions

Module 4: Policies for Classroom Management

Best Practices for Classroom Management

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Getting Ready to Teach Your First Economics Class: Execution
Strategies for Teaching Economics: Content Delivery

Module 1: Cognitive Engagement

Module 2: Chunking and Scaffolding

Module 3: Relating and Dual Coding

Module 4: The Art of Feedback

Strategies for Teaching Economics: Content Mastery

Module 1: Retrieval Practice

Module 2: Spacing and Interleaving

Module 3: Deliberative Practice

Module 4: Formative and Summative Assessment

Making Yourself a Desirable Teaching Candidate in Economics
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