November 21-23, 2004

Southern Economic Association   74th Annual Meeting
Fairmont Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana
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Economic Education Sessions
(contact informaton valid as long as the original site remains up)
Extracted by Steven Myers


Sunday
8:00 - 9:45 am
SEA

 
Session  10A
Teaching Economic Workshops: A Panel Discussion
Session Organizer:  KimMarie McGoldrick,  University of Richmond
  Chair:  KimMarie McGoldrick,  University of Richmond

Papers:
"Teaching Methods Workshops in Economics: Past, Present, and Future"
Michael K. Salemi,  University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
"Robert Morris University - The 15th Annual Teaching Economics Conference: Instruction and Classroom Based Research"
Patrick J. Litzinger,  Robert Morris University
"Bowling Green State University - The 12th Annual Teaching Economics Conference"
Mary Ellen Benedict,  Bowling Green State University
"University of Kentucky - The 10th Annual Teaching Economics Workshop"
Gail M. Hoyt,  University of Kentucky
J. Robert Gillette,  University of Kentucky
"Idaho State University - The 6th Annual Economics and the Classroom Conference"
Tesa Stegner,  Idaho State University
"University of Richmond and UNC Wilmington Teaching Conference: Fourth Annual Teaching Workshop"
KimMarie McGoldrick,  University of Richmond
Peter W. Schuhmann,  University of North Carolina - Wilmington
Robert T. Burrus, Jr.,  University of North Carolina - Wilmington
"Midwest Conference on Student Learning in Economics: Innovation, Assessment and Classroom Research"
Steven C. Myers,  University of Akron
"West Coast Conference on Teaching Economics"
Chiara Gratton-Lavoie,  California State University - Fullerton

Session 10A Contact Information


Sunday
1:15 - 3:00 pm
SEA

 
Session  49C
Can Undergraduate Students DO Research?
Session Organizer:  KimMarie McGoldrick,  University of Richmond
  Chair:  KimMarie McGoldrick,  University of Richmond

Papers:
"The Professor's Role in the Senior Capstone Experience: dictator, A Guide on the Side, or Collaborator?"
KimMarie McGoldrick,  University of Richmond
"Reality Economics: Undergraduate Research Solves Real World Problems"
Jessica Holmes,  Middlebury College
"The Pitfalls and Rewards of Teaching Introductory Research Methods to Undergraduate Economics Students"
Steven A. Greenlaw,  Mary Washington College
"On the Costs & Benefits of a Curriculum Centered Around Ill-Structured Problems"
Gregory Lilly,  Elon University
Tom Tiemann,  Elon University
Discussants:
Dennis H. Sullivan,  Miami University
Ann L. Owen,  Hamilton College
Jennifer W. Keil,  Hamline University
Gwendolyn Alexander,  Fordham University

Session 49C Contact Information

Sunday
3:15 - 5:00 pm
SEA

 
Session  58D
Teaching Economics
  Chair:  James J. Jozefowicz,  Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Papers:
"Basic Math Skills and Performance in Introductory Statistics"
Marianne Johnson,  University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh
Eric Kuennen,  University of Wisconsin - Stout
"Electronic Portfolios and Assessment of Economic Majors"
Steven C. Myers,  University of Akron
"Teaching Economics in an Interdisciplinary Setting: The Search for Sustainable Solutions to Economic Problems"
Tina R. Newton,  Center for Sustainable Development - Costa Rica
Nolan A. Quiros,  Center for Sustainable Development - Costa Rica
"A Suggested Reformulation of the Law of Supply and Demand"
M. Northrup Buechner,  St. John's University
Discussants:
W. Carrington Heath,  University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Eric Kuennen,  University of Wisconsin - Stout
C. Nicholas McKinney,  Rhodes College
Sharron L. Terrell,  University of the District of Columbia

Session 58D Contact Information

Sunday
3:15 - 5:00 pm
SEA

 
Session  67D
Economic Education I
Session Organizer:  KimMarie McGoldrick,  University of Richmond
  Chair:  KimMarie McGoldrick,  University of Richmond

Papers:
"The Economics of Civic Engagement"
KimMarie McGoldrick,  University of Richmond
Andrea L. Ziegert,  Denison University
"A Capstone to What, For What?"
Jessica Holmes,  Middlebury College
David Colander,  Middlebury College
"What Economics Courses Students Take, Who Takes Them, and Where Are They Taught?"
William Bosshardt,  Florida Atlantic University
Michael Watts,  Purdue University
"Does Teaching Enhance Research in Economics?"
William E. Becker,  Indiana University
Peter Kennedy,  Simon Fraser University
Discussants:
Michael K. Salemi,  University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
Gail M. Hoyt,  University of Kentucky
Arthur H. Goldsmith,  Washington and Lee University
John J. Siegfried,  Vanderbilt University

Session 67D Contact Information

Monday
8:00 - 9:45 am
SEA*

 
Session  81G*
Teaching Economics: Principles from the Masters
Session Organizer:  Kenneth G. Elzinga,  University of Virginia
  Chair:  Kenneth G. Elzinga,  University of Virginia

Papers:
"TBA#1"
William A. Darity, Jr.,  University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
"Teaching Socratically and Eliminating Note-Taking"
Kenneth G. Elzinga,  University of Virginia
"Do Teaching and Learning Styles Matter in Economic Principles?"
Dennis O'Toole,  Virginia Commonwealth University
"Redundancy: An Effective Instructional Technique"
Jason White,  Northwest Missouri State University
"The Accreditation-Induced Loss of Quality in Higher Education"
William C. Wood,  James Madison University

Session 81G* Contact Information

Monday
10:00 - 11:45 am
CSWEP

 
Session  111H
Topics in Economics Education
  Chair:  Andrea L. Ziegert,  Denison University

Papers:
"Drugs in the Classroom"
Gwendolyn Alexander,  Fordham University
"A Writing Intensive Approach to Intermediate Macroeconomics: Assignments and Assessment"
Jennifer W. Keil,  Hamline University
"Gender Differences Among High School Students' Academic Choice Behavior"
Prathibha V. Joshi,  Gordon College
"Learning About Learning: Students' Course Choice"
Ann L. Owen,  Hamilton College
Elizabeth Jensen,  Hamilton College
Discussants:
Peter W. Schuhmann,  University of North Carolina - Wilmington
Steven A. Greenlaw,  Mary Washington College
Andrea L. Ziegert,  Denison University
Gail M. Hoyt,  University of Kentucky

Session 111H Contact Information