Dr. Ka-fu Wong. ECON1003 Analysis of Economic Data. An Introduction to ECON1003. GOALS. Survey Time Introduce briefly Teaching team A learning model and teaching philosophy Course features Textbook Course requirements Office hours What will be covered in this course
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Analysis of Economic Data
The survey helps us understand you better. The results will also be used as illustrative examples in class. Personal information such as names and student ID will be kept strictly confidential.
This is not a quiz, but
please treat this survey as a quiz.
Do not talk to your classmates.
Dr. Ka-fu WONGhttp://kafuwong.econ.hku.hk
Miss Alice LEE
What I hear, I forget.
What I hear and see, I remember a little.
What I hear, see and ask questions about or discuss, I begin to understand.
When I hear, see, discuss and do, I acquire as knowledge and skill.
What I teach to another, I master.
To hear and see:
Please attend the lectures and tutorials.
To ask questions about or discuss:
Please actively participate in lectures and tutorials. Discuss with your classmate, TA and instructor.
Projects / Presentations / Project reports / Labs / Homework assignments.
To teach to another:
Teach your parents and friends who do not know much about Statistics.
Learning should be enjoyable. That is why we have labs and projects.
What we learn can be use to understand and analyze real-world issues.
If we enjoy what we are doing and learning, and can apply what we learn to real-world issues, we will learn faster and do much better.
Given that students are willing to put in efforts, Learning should not be difficult.
The instructor and the TA are here to help you.
1. Class website:
To remind students about deadlines and to link students to relevant materials.
2. Lecture in Powerpoint format:
Allow us to use our lecture time more effectively and cover slightly more materials and examples.
3. Downloadable Powerpoint notes:
Save notes-jotting time. Help students focus more on the explanations in lecture.
4. Labs in class and tutorials :
Aim to make learning more enjoyable and memorable.
5. Projects / presentations / project reports:
Help students reinforce their learning experience and gain other valuable skills.
6. Quizzes in class:
Help students reinforce their learning experience.
7. Electronic tutorials: email@example.com
Allow us to help students around the clock.
You are required to attend all lectures and tutorials.
Generally, students who skip lectures and tutorials do poorly in the course. We want to make sure that students get a solid training in Statistics.
Attendance will be taken at lectures and tutorials. When you miss more than two lectures and tutorials, our TA will call to check why you have been missing.
This mechanism aims to help, not to punish students.
We will hand out review exercises weekly: Please do not hand them in. The TA will not grade them. However, our TA will provide solutions.
Advice:Try to work on the problems by yourself. Whenever you have trouble getting the correct answers, discuss with your classmates, consult your TA and your instructor, in that order.
At least 80% of the quizzes questions will be similar to the review exercises.
The project is intended to expose you to the use of statistics in real problems of your choice. The presentations and project reports also help improve and test our understanding of the subject..
It allows us to sharpen our skills in statistical analysis, oral presentations, written presentations, and teamwork.
Three to five page Written reports:
Examples of Type A Project topics:
Examples of Type A Project topics:
Examples of Type B Project topics:
The coverage of quizzes is cumulative, i.e., they cover all course materials up to the quiz date but generally will focus on the last review exercise set.
The quizzes will be held in biweekly on Fridays.
14/2, 28/2, 14/3, 4/4, 25/4, 9/5
The tests aim at testing how well you have learned so far. If you do badly in the quizzes, you may be asked to talk to our TA or the instructor. Togetherwe try to figure out the things we can do to improve your performance.
The conversation is to discover problem before it’s too late.
Final examination is similar to quizzes. The coverage of final examination is cumulative, i.e., they cover all course materials up to the quiz date.
Generally, if you have done your work for all the quizzes, you should do well in the final examination.
Review session will be given before the final examination.
Dr. Ka-fu WONG
Monday, Wednesday 2:00-3:00p.m., or by appointment, or by email. Open door policy
Miss Alice LEE
To be announced.
May be reached by appointment, or by email.
The instructor and our TA are committed to help you learn and do well in this course. The chance of failing this course should be small.
The rest depends on you.
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