Economics Education seminars

seminar speaker with audience

During term time, we host (and co-host) Economics Education seminars which feature guests speakers from within UCL as well as colleagues around the world. These small gatherings help share ideas and promote discussion on teaching methods, student engagement and a host of other topics. Please take a look at the titles we’ve covered so far in our series:

  • 20th November, 2019: “Increasing Students’ Interest Through Experiential Learning” – Prof. Abdullah Al-Bahrani (Northern Kentucky University).
    Please see our blog post on the highlights of the seminar.
  • 31st October, 2019: “Teaching causal inference – design and curriculum” –Prof. Scott Cunningham (Baylor University).
    Please see our blog post on the highlights of the seminar alongside his Causal Inference workshop.
  • 22nd October, 2018 (co-hosted with UCL Engineering): “Multiple Representations for STEM disciplines – application from the learning sciences” – Dr. S. Raj Chaudhury (University of South Alabama).
    Please see our blog post on the highlights of the seminar.

If you would like to present in/attend one of our seminars please do get in touch through our email: ctale.ucl@gmail.com