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Presentation to DEE_11. Ross Guest David McCausland Co Editors, International Review of Economics Education (Other Co-Editors are Peter Davies and Bill Bosshardt ). Preparing papers on economics education . What is IREE looking for ?. How do economics students learn?

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presentation to dee 11

Presentation to DEE_11

Ross Guest

David McCausland

Co Editors, International Review of Economics Education

(Other Co-Editors are Peter Davies and Bill Bosshardt)

Preparing papers on economics education

what is iree looking for
What is IREE looking for ?
  • How do economics students learn?
  • What economics should be taught?
  • Constraints in improving economics teaching and learning?
  • How can current practice be improved?
        • Including assessment of learning.
  • What can we learn from other countries?
  • How can we make better use of electronic learning technologies? IREE now incorporates papers that would formerly have appeared in CHEER.
iree has two main sections
IREE has two main sections

1. Research in Economics Education

  • Papers typically between 4000-6000 words.

2. Practice in Economics Education

  • Shorter articles - examples of good practice re learning, teaching and assessment.
iree is well recognised
IREE is well recognised

(NB: this only includes hits via the RePEc/IDEAS service)

top 10 list by downloads
‘Top 10 list’ by downloads
  • We see:
  • innovative ways to teach certain topics
    • informed by understanding how students learn
  • reflections on how to facilitate better student learning
  • studies of assessment of students (and student assessments of us !)
tips for getting published in iree
Tips for getting published in IREE
  • demonstrate the evidence-based issue or problem in learning and teaching of economics
      • connect with the literature and establish the contribution
  • demonstrate wide appeal: 1st year or undergrad issues have wider appeal than post-grad
  • make sure it’s about economics education (not education economics)
      • what students should learn in economics
      • how they learn economics and how learning can be improved,
      • how their learning of economics should be assessed
  • make sure any empirics are sound
      • pay attention to sample size
      • if there a control group, state any limitations
      • use the right econometric tests
      • don’t claim too much: e.g. if p values > 0.1 don’t make strident claims
  • write well ! and proof-read carefully
articles on electronic technology in economics education
Articles on electronic technology in economics education
  • We are delighted to announce that issues of IREE now incorporate articles that would have otherwise appeared in CHEER (Computers in Higher Education Economics Review).
  • We continue CHEER’s longstanding contribution to the development of innovative practice in the use of ICT in economics education.
  • Including articles in this field in IREE will provide a unified reference for readers and help to build connections between ICT and other innovations in economics education.
current issue
Current Issue
  • IREE Volume 10 Issue 1, 2011
    • Travelling Salesman Problem in Spreadsheets - a Short Guided TourRasmus Rasmussen
    • Using Excel to Illustrate Hannah and Kay's Concentration AxiomsPaul Latreille and James Mackley
previous issue
Previous Issue
  • Volume 20
    • Clickers, Student Engagement and Performance in an Introductory Economics Course: a Cautionary TaleMarianne Johnson and Denise Robson
    • Using Excel to Individualise Basic Mathematics AssignmentsMike Rosser
    • Plagiarism: Bringing Economics and Education Together (With a Little Help from IT)Guy Judge
    • Guide: Using Blogs in EconomicsPaul Ayres and Bhagesh Sachania
archive issues
Archive Issues
  • 19: Optimal control theory in Excel Solver, Real Business Cycles in Excel, Binomial Option Trees in MathCad, dynamic Cournot model, comparative advantage learning software Volume 18
  • 18: Exhaustible resource problems, Learning styles in eLearning, Modelling path dependence, Modelling excise taxes, Simulating a customs union, Simulations for intermediate macro Volume 17
  • 17: Trade Wars in Excel, Cellular Automata in Excel, Explanatory Variables in Risk Simulation, Call Centre Simulation, Illustrating Economics with Computer-Generated Stories Volume 16
  • 16: Game Show for Economics Principles, Estimating a Plane, Distance Learning with WebCT, Exhaustible Resource Models in GAMS, Models in JavaScript, Gauss 4.0 Review Volume 15
  • 15: Taylor-Romer model in a spreadsheet, Numerical optimal control in continuous time, Spreadsheets on the web, Courseware for Business Economics Volume 14
  • 14: Excel worksheets in principles courses, A New Keynesian model with spreadsheets, Ramsey growth model using Mathcad, Financial concepts in the complex plane follow-up, EViews 4.0 Review
  • 13: Financial concepts in the complex plane, Risk simulation model on a spreadsheet, Acronyms demystified, Internet Economist, STAMP 6.0 Review
downloads
Downloads
  • CHEER papers are listed in the RePEc (Research Papers in Economics) database. This means they are listed on many online services for economists, for example:
    • CHEER via the IDEAS service
    • CHEER via Econpapers
  • Downloads
how to submit
How to submit
  • Through our web interface: http://www.economicsnetwork.ac.uk/cheer/submit.htm
  • Topics of interest (not an exclusive list)
    • innovative assessment and feedback
    • using technology to enhance learning experiences
    • innovative use of media
    • employing innovative software to enhance teaching: quantitative, simulation, experimental, games ...
    • evaluation of learning outcomes