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ME:TAL - Mathematics for Economics:...
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Working at the University of Nottingham, Dr. Rebecca Taylor and her colleagues have created this very fine set of resources designed to assist teachers who seek to utilize mathematics in the service of teaching economics. Visitors can learn more about their work in the "About the Team" section, and they can also view a summary of the project's work so far. The real heart of the site is contained within the "Resource Room," which contains streaming videos, teaching and learning guides, and a question bank. Visitors may wish to start with the question bank, which contains files that can be used in problem sheets, assessment exercises, and tutorials. The exercises include those drawing on...
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Science Friday: Educate
While Science Friday started as a show on public radio stations around the country in 1991, it has since expanded into a number of exciting directions, from...
NSF Science Now: Video Laboratory
Hosted by the National Science Foundation?s (NSF) Dena Headlee, NSF Science Now is a weekly newscast that covers some of the latest innovations from N...
Let's Talk Science
According to a Carnegie Foundation commission of researchers, the growth of contemporary economies is reliant on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and...
Science in the Classroom
Science in the Classroom is an excellent resource for high school teachers and university professors who want to integrate the latest breaking research into...
Open Culture
Perhaps the best way to describe Open Culture is to list what?s available: 1,100 free online courses, 700 free movies, 550 free audio books, 700 free eBooks, 1...



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