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If you're looking for a fun activity for start or end of term, try this 'Alien Abduction' Powerpoint game!

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Teaching Activity - Alien Abduction!

Here are the details of our upcoming programme of short live lessons designed to support A-Level Economics students during their absence from school or college.

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Live Lessons for A-Level Economics | Upcoming Schedule

Every school day, Economics teacher Will Haines is posting a small well-being idea to support teachers and students through lockdown.

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Surviving and Thriving during Lockdown
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As part of their theme 2 studies, Edexcel A-level Economics students need to have an understanding of the limitations of using GDP as an indicator of living standards. Part of this...

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National Happiness and GDP limitations

A hat tip to eminent behavioural economist Dan Ariely for pointing me to this amazing optical illusion - one to show students!

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Illusion of the Year for 2020

Grade Booster Digital+ is an exam technique-focused online course for all A-Level Economics students.

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A-Level Economics Grade Booster Digital+ 2020

We are curating breaking economics news stories, interesting research reports and other great study resources on our social media channels.

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tutor2u economics on instagram and twitter

If you've covered the causes of what might shift demand and supply curves, here's a 5 minute quiz that will test your students understanding. Presented with a demand and supply diagram,...

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Demand and Supply - 5 minute Powerpoint Knowledge Retrieval Quiz

This blog curates an updated series of Kahoot Quizzes on key economics topics.

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Kahoot Quizzes for Economics

In case you need something for Year 12 to do at home this week, here's a quick resource that gives them an opportunity to apply their economic thinking to managing a...

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Year 12 Practical Economic Thinking task - Football Club Chairperson

To support students in the development of their exam technique we have produced free suggested answers to the AQA and Edexcel (A) A-Level Economics papers from 2019.

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Suggested Answers for the 2019 A-Level Economics Papers (AQA & Edexcel)
31st October 2019

Econoween

The folks at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University have made a number of economics themed pumpkin carving kits available!

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Econoween

Here's a short starter activity on average wages that could be used for introductory lessons for new Economics students. Assuming that factors of production and the rewards to each factor...

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Average Wages in the UK - a starter activity for new Economics students

Here's a short activity called 'Needs and Wants' that could help stimulate discussion when considering the topic of needs and wants with new Economic students.

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Needs and Wants - an engaging activity that asks 'what do we want'?

Here's a short starter activity to help create engagement and stimulate discussion during one of your first lessons with new Economics students.

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Introduction to Economics - this 'Horse Racing' Activity is Under Starters Orders!

Two new student workbooks have just been published that provide unrivalled support for teachers and students preparing for the challenges of the synoptic questions in AQA / Edexcel Paper 3 in 2020.

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New for 2020: Synoptic Workbooks for AQA & Edexcel A-Level Economics

Here is a 50-mark assessment resource that enables teachers to test student numerical skills at the end of their first year of A Level Economics. A full mark scheme is...

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Year 12 Numerical Assessment for A-Level Economics Students

Synoptic revision mats are a digital resource designed to help Year 13 A-Level Economics students to develop their skills and confidence with linking micro and macro concepts to a given case...

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A Great Resource to Help Economics Students Develop Their Synoptic Skills

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