Teaching Labour Markets

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On the agenda for March's EconEdChat were 3 questions:

  1. What strategies are effective for EAL students?

  2. How can we teach labour markets?

  3. ​What sort of extra-curricular activities would you recommend for Economics students? ​


This post focusses on the second question, you can read the first here



Links/References/Resources:

  • I referenced this chat, where we talked about Labour markets appearing in different places for different schemes of work (I also said inequality, but I meant labour markets!)

  • At one point we start talking about EAL, referring to the first question of the night, apologies, I forgot to chop it out

  • I think that's it here!


Econ Ed Chat takes place the first Wednesday of the month at 6pm GMT. All welcome.