ADVANCED ECONOMICS TEACHING METHODOLOGY

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Course Code: 
ECM 7201
Course Credit Units: 
2
Semester: 
Semester 2
Year of Study: 
Year 2
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Graduate Level
Course Description & Objectives: 

This course examines the History of Economic Methodology. It explores the verifications in Economics, falsification in Economics, ultra empiricism, operationalism, irrelevance of assumptions, economics essentialism, the distinction between positive and normative economics, deductive and inductive economics, methodological judgments versus value judgments and value-free social science. The course also examines teaching methods and aids, use of mathematical and statistical techniques in economics and its relevance, a critical appraisal of lectures, tutorials, seminars, problem solving, projects, role playing, case studies, programmed learning, special rooms and visual aids; assessment and testing in economics; different modes of internal and external assessment, with reference to Uganda; some problems of teaching economics and business in secondary schools. 

Learning Outcomes: 

The course in teaching and learning economics is designed to assist prospective teachers to:-

  1. Analyze the basic theoretical issues that affect the teaching of economics.
  2. Acquire skills in lesson planning, scheme of work and syllabus construction in economics.
  3. Acquire basic knowledge of identifying appropriate teaching methods.
  4. Acquire techniques of developing assessment instruments in economics.
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ADVANCED ECONOMICS TEACHING METHODOLOGY
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