It is time to submit your ideas for the 2015 Best in Class Award!
If you believe in the art of instruction, the
power of engagement, and the spark of discovery in economic education, we are
looking for you!
This award highlights and rewards creative and engaging teaching
techniques. Submit your ideas for a chance to win cash awards for you and your
department, as well as a trip to present your ideas at the Economics Teaching
Conference sponsored by the National Economics Teaching Association and Cengage
HOW TO ENTER: To enter the Contest, submit the following two items to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday,
September 28, 2015: 1. A brief Word document (500 – 1000 words) describing
your teaching technique and how it has worked for You.2. The URL for a
brief, five-to-eight-minute video that you have posted to YouTube. The video
should briefly describe your technique, and –if possible—show it in
View last year's winners:
First Place: Michael Enz, Framingham State University and Roanoke College - "Self Grading"Second Place: Sherri Wall, University of Alaska Fairbanks - "Team‐Based Learning (TBL) – Econ Style!"Third Place: Amy Cramer, Pima Community College - "Voices On The Economy, or VOTE"