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Here's a quick activity to run with your economics students if they are currently following the African Cup of Nations (AFCON) football tournament. On this 'higher or lower' activity, students are...

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Here is a digital download version of the free printed magazine for all A-Level Economics students.

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Here are two subject-specific PowerPoint-based quizzes to use in the last few days of a challenging term! Each quiz uses a set of our ever-popular livestream activities all packaged up in a festive...

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Here are two subject-specific PowerPoint-based quizzes to use in the last few days of a challenging term! Each quiz uses a set of our ever-popular livestream activities all packaged up in a festive...

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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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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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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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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 involves...

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

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

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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, students...

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

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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 football club. Free and easy to...

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Booking is now live for Essential A-Level Economics 2020 - our two days of CPD designed specifically for non-specialist or inexperienced teachers of A-Level Economics.

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We now have seven updated growth and development country profiles available for teachers and students.

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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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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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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 have been...

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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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